The International Agency For Research In Cancer (IARC) states that more than 4000 types of chemicals are present in tobacco and the smoke produced by it.  Over 60 of these chemicals have been classified as carcinogens or also commonly addressed as cancer-causing particles. Tobacco use is a leading cause of cancer and death thereafter. Incomplete…

  Quitting tobacco might be on your list of goals for many years. But as you know, the first few days are the hardest and the probability of relapsing is very high.   More than 6 million people die worldwide every year due to tobacco use. Out of this, more than five million deaths are…

  Cancer is one of the most feared and devastating illnesses one can suffer from. Prevention of cancer can indeed be achieved by adopting certain lifestyle habits to give you the best chance of not receiving this most dreaded diagnosis. These healthy lifestyle habits will be outlined here with suggestions on how to implement them…

  Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancerous deaths amongst women in India. According to WHO, cervical cancer is the fourth most frequent cancer in women worldwide with an estimated one million-plus women currently living with this condition. Last year, it caused 70,000 deaths in India, more than anywhere else in the globe. What…

  Responsible for more than 1.69 million deaths each year, lung cancer is the most common cancer worldwide, according to WHO statistics. Tobacco consumption, exposure to carcinogens, air pollution, family history and poor diet are leading causes of lung cancer. There’s no sure way to prevent lung cancer, but you can reduce your risk of…

Saying no to tobacco is saying yes to life According to WHO, tobacco consumption continues to be the leading preventable cause of death in the world. It is responsible for more than 7 million deaths across the world. More than 6 million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use while around 890…

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