1. The Tobacco Epidemic  Myanmar Times
  2. Michigan giving away free nicotine patches, gum, or lozenges to help smokers quit  Fox 2 Detroit
  3. Letter: We should ban nicotine or remove it from tobacco  INFORUM
  4. Ermanni: If you've wanted to quit smoking, now is the time  Fox 2 Detroit
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Tobacco use kills around 6 million people each year, according to the World Health Organization – which is set to rise to 7.5 million people in 2020. World No Tobacco Day is celebrated every year on the May 31st. This year, the campaign aims to highlight the impact of smoking on lung health and act as a prompt for both individuals and policy-makers to take action. Sir Richard Doll and Sir Austin Bradford-Hill were British epidemiologists, who first provided the world with evidence that smoking was linked to lung cancer and many other conditions in the 1950’s. Yet, over 60 years later, smoking still holds millions in a chokehold grip.Tobacco use kills around 6 million people each year, according to the World Health Organization – which is set to rise to 7.5 million people in 2020. World No Tobacco Day is celebrated every year on the May 31st. This year, the campaign aims to highlight the impact of smoking on lung health and act as a prompt for both individuals and policy-makers to take action. Sir Richard Doll and Sir Austin Bradford-Hill were British epidemiologists, who first provided the world with evidence that smoking was linked to lung cancer and many other conditions in the 1950’s. Yet, over 60 years later, smoking still holds millions in a chokehold grip.

The Tobacco Epidemic | The Myanmar Times

Quitting smoking isn't easy but now Michigan is offering some free help for people who are ready to get serious about it.  Quitting smoking isn't easy but now Michigan is offering some free help for people who are ready to get serious about it. 

Ermanni: If you've wanted to quit smoking, now is the time - Story | WJBK

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Letter: We should ban nicotine or remove it from tobacco | INFORUM