Notice of the World No Tobacco Day and the No Smoking Week

The “No Smoking Week” will begin on May 31st. 
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated May 31st of every year as the World No Tobacco Day and the following week from the World No Tobacco Day as the No Smoking Week, in order to promote the habit of not smoking in society.  

Relation between Tobacco and Diseases 

Cigarette smoke contains many toxic substances including nicotine, which has been linked to cancer, heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, duodenal ulcers, as well as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Even if you have a smoking habit, it has been shown that quitting smoking lowers the risk of tobacco-related diseases.

All over the world, many people start to quit smoking on this day.  Please take this opportunity to contact us if you would like assistance in quitting smoking.  

Contact Information

Health Promotion Division
Phone: 0276-62-2121
Counter: The 1st counter in the Health & Welfare General Center