50 million people died from smoking

Looks like a warning in small letters contained in the packaging of cigarettes (sound: Smoking can cause cancer, heart attacks, impotence, pregnancy and fetal disorders) are not effective enough deterrent to make people smoke cigarettes. Indonesia is a "champion" the third in terms of smokers after China and India. Currently, the number of smokers in Indonesia around 60 million people. According to Health Ministry data, almost two million Indonesian children aged 7-18 years on average smoked two cigarettes each day.

According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), 50 million people died from smoking in the year 2000. Approximately 50 percent occur in developing countries. Among those who robbed his life by smoking, among others, singer Christophe and Ucok Aka.

Actually the world has long known the health effects of smoking. Various scientific evidence has shown, all forms of tobacco can trigger health problems throughout the human life.

Around the year 600, China philosopher named Fang Yizhi began mentioning smoking can damage the lungs. Year 1950 published two major publications about the bad effects smoking research results for health and in 1981 there was a large study on the impact of passive smoking in Japan.

Cigarettes not only causes lung cancer or heart disease, a number of other diseases also arise from smoking. The disease can arise from toe to tip of hair. Call it cataracts, wrinkled skin, heart disease, cancer, miscarriage, damage to the shape of sperm, to osteoporosis.

It's also important to remember that cigarettes contain dangerous substances such as tar, nicotine, carbon monoxide and other harmful chemicals. Cigarette smoke contains 4000 chemical particles, 200 of which contain toxins and carcinogens are 43 other species.

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