Smoking and Passive Smoking -  Campus Life

Smoking and Passive Smoking

Which are your lungs? Its no laughing matter!

Nearly one-third of cancer deaths are attributed to smoking

Tobacco use is one of the worst things you can do to your health.

Smoking is the cause of about 80 percent of  lung cancer and the cause of about 30 percent of cancer deaths.

Non-smokers are also in danger through passive smoke and are at risk for lung cancer and other respiratory problems.

Smoking is an expensive habit to support. Don't waste your money!

Research suggests that only 5 percent of cancers are hereditary. That means that the non-inherited causes of cancer is dependent on the life style that we choose, the foods that we consume and the level of physical activity.

Smoking and Passive smoking presentations

Wednesday 29th  May 11am 12noon. Student Car Park

Friday 31sth  May 11am 12noon. Student Car Park

Smoking is no different to putting a gun to your head. STOP IT!!!



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