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Here’s everything you need to know about No Smoking Day

No Smoking Day is observed every year on the second Wednesday of March to raise awareness about the harmful health effects of tobacco

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Here's everything you need to know about No Smoking Day

No Smoking Day is observed every year on the second Wednesday of March to raise awareness about the harmful health effects of tobacco via smoking and to encourage people all over the world to quit smoking.

No Smoking Day is observed every year on the second Wednesday of March to raise awareness about the harmful health effects of tobacco via smoking and to encourage people all over the world to quit smoking.

The best way you can celebrate No Smoking Day if you are a smoker is to take the opportunity to choose to quit. It may not be easy, but it is clearly worth it as you will improve your health within hours and days of stopping.

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Each year, the campaign is promoted with a theme in the form of a short phrase. In 2010, this theme was “Break free”, encouraging smokers to break free from the chains of cigarettes and quit on No Smoking Day. The 2011 theme was “Time to quit?”. Research conducted by GfK NOP following the 2009 campaign found that 1 in 10 smokers quit on No Smoking Day.

No Smoking Day’s most recent President was entrepreneur, TV personality, and anti-tobacco campaigner Duncan Bannatyne OBE. Bannatyne is an ex-smoker who publicly took on British American Tobacco at its AGM in April 2008.

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