World-No-Tobacco-Day-2017-Say-No-To-Tobacco-Protect-Your-Heralth

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On World No Tobacco Day 2017, Indus Health Plus spreading the awareness about the risks of using tobacco and motivate them to quit tobacco. The Theme for No Tobacco Day is "Tobacco - a threat to development". Regular tobacco consumption leaves an unseen scar, it fills your insides with toxins and invites NCDs like Cardiovascular disease, Cancers and COPD. It kills you so quit it today and live a healthy life. If you are smoker and tobacco user quit it today and go for preventive health checkup which will helps you to know your health status also helps to detect developing diseases at early stage. Get avail health checkup packages at http://bit.ly/2rjfHFH Also Know "Top 9 Reasons to Quit Smoking Now" at http://bit.ly/2rTMIej

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Say No To ‘Tobacco’ And Protect Your Health World No Tobacco Day 2017 Tobacco - A Threat To Development Say No To Tobacco and Protect Your Health

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Make everyday a World No Tobacco Day • More than 7 million people die due to tobacco consumption. • More than 6 million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use. • Whereas approx. 890000 are the result passive smoking. Approximately 10 People die form a Tobacco related diseases every minute The true face of Tobacco is Disease Death and Horror. --- World No Tobacco Day 2017 ---

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Cancers • Tobacco smoke contains more than 7000 chemicals. About 70 of them are known to cause cancer. Smoking cigarettes is the topmost risk factor for lung cancer. • Smoking can cause more than 18 type of cancers. • Globally tobacco use is the most important risk factor for cancer and is responsible for approximately 22 of cancer deaths.

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The chemicals in tobacco smoke harm your blood cells and damage the function of your heart. This damage increases your risk for Atherosclerosis Cardiovascular disease Aneurysmsetc.. Heart Disease

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Diabetes Smokers are 30–40 more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than non-smokers. The more cigarettes you smoke the higher your risk for type 2 diabetes it is harder to control.

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Effects of Smoking on the Lungs  More than 80 of cases of lung cancer are due to smoking  Smoking causes Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD a disease which worsens over-time and causes wheezing shortness of breath chest tightness and other symptoms…. Smoking Effects on Health

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Cervical Diseases  If you smoke you are more likely to develop cervical cancer squamous cell  There is an increased risk in the women who smoke and in women who were exposed to passive smoking

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Eye Diseases  Smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is for the rest of your body. Research has linked smoking to an increased risk of developing age-related macular degeneration cataract and optic nerve damage all of which can lead to blindness other eye diseases.

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Low Bone Density  Smoking is one of many factors that increase your risk for osteoporosis a condition in which bones brittle and weak and increases the chances of getting fractured.

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Why tobacco users need a Preventive Health Checkup  Tobacco users may appear fit and healthy but still they are at risk  To protect your loved one from developing diseases before its too late  Some diseases do not exhibit pronounced symptoms at early stage  A step towards a healthy and happy long life with Preventive Health Checkup

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