No Smoking Day History
No Smoking Day seeks to raise awareness about the dangers of smoking. According to the CDC, tobacco use is responsible for over 7 million deaths a year. This day aims to inform those wishing to quit smoking about available resources. It highlights alternative methods of smoking as well as other resources that can help make quitting easier. These include less harmful methods like e-cigarettes or nicotine infused gums.
No Smoking Day was established in 1984 as part of an initiative to get people to quit smoking. It is observed annually on the second Wednesday in March.
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