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Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2016
World No Tobacco Day 2016
Tobacco kills 6 million people every year. Today, some governments around the world are working to introduce plain packaging (prohibit the use of logos, colours, brand images or promotional info) to reduce the attractiveness of tobacco products.
Reducing tobacco use can save lives. Get ready for plain packaging.
A embalagem padronizada não contém logotipos, cores, imagens de marcas ou informação promocional; mas contém advertências gráficas de saúde, superfícies em uma cor padrão e nomes de marcas e de produtos em uma cor e fonte padrão.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2015
World No Tobacco Day 2015
"Stop illicit trade of tobacco products"
One in every 10 cigarettes, and many other tobacco products, consumed worldwide are illegal, making the illicit trade of tobacco products a major global concern from many perspectives, including health, legal, economic, governance and corruption. The tobacco industry and criminal groups are among those who profit from the illegal tobacco trade, leaving the public to pay the health and security costs. Ratification by governments of the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products is necessary to respond to the financial, legal and health impacts of the illicit trade of tobacco products. The public, academia and other sectors can take action by urging their lawmakers to make their countries Parties to the Protocol.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2014
World No Tobacco Day 2014
Raise taxes on tobacco
Every year, on 31 May, WHO and partners mark WNTD, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco kills nearly six million people each year, of which more than 600 000 are non-smokers dying from breathing second-hand smoke. For WNTD 2014, we are calling on countries to raise taxes on tobacco.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2013
World No Tobacco Day 2013
"Ban tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship"
Bans on advertising, promotion and sponsorship are one of the most effective ways of reducing tobacco consumption. As more countries make progress towards implementing complete bans, the tobacco industry is increasingly using tactics such as brand extension, product placement and stealth marketing to sell its products.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2010
World No Tobacco Day 2010
"Gender and tobacco with an emphasis on marketing to women"
Controlling the epidemic of tobacco among women is an important part of any comprehensive tobacco control strategy. WNTD 2010 will draw particular attention to the need to protect women and girls from the harmful effects of tobacco marketing and smoke in accordance with WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2009
World No Tobacco Day 2009
"Tobacco Health Warnings", with an emphasis on the picture warnings that have been shown to be particularly effective at making people aware of the health risks of tobacco use and convincing them to quit. More and more countries are fighting back against the epidemic of tobacco by requiring that packages of tobacco show the dangers of the product's use, as called for in guidelines to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2007
World No Tobacco Day 2007
Tobacco is the second major cause of death in the world. It is well known that half the people who smoke regularly today – about 650 million people – will eventually be killed by tobacco. Equally alarming is the fact that hundreds of thousands of people who have never smoked die each year from diseases caused by breathing second-hand tobacco smoke.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2006
World No Tobacco Day 2006
"Tobacco: deadly in any form or disguise"
Tobacco addiction is a global epidemic that is increasingly ravaging countries and regions that can least afford its toll of disability, disease, lost productivity and death. The tobacco industry continues to put profits before life; its own expansion before the health of future generations; its own economic gain ahead of the sustainable development of struggling countries.
Nowadays, tobacco companies continue to expand with new variants of the "light", "mild" and "low tar" cigarette campaigns so popular in the 20th century. Nowadays, they reassure health concerned smokers by offering with their new products the illusion of safety. They continue to take their old and new customers to more insidious levels of deception by promoting and selling new products disguised under healthier names, fruity flavours or more attractive-looking packaging.
Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco 2005
World No Tobacco Day 2005
"Health Professionals Against Tobacco"
The Tobacco Free Initiative proposes that WNTD 2005 focus on the role of health professionals on tobacco control.
Health Professionals are in an excellent position that allows them to have a prominent role on tobacco control.
They reach a high percentage of the population and have the opportunity to help people change their behaviour and they can give advice, guidance and answers to questions related to the consequences of tobacco use, they can help patients to stop smoking and forewarn children and adolescents of the dangers of tobacco.