Smoking prevention

Smoking prevention. Content. What is smoking? What is in a cigarette that you smoke? Interesting facts about smoking. Theoretical background. Our research aim, respondents and method. Findings. Conclusions. Suggestions. World No Tobacco Day. References.

Introduction Theoretical background Aim of your research Method of research Respondents Findings Conclusions Suggestions References.

The research conducted in 24 Italian schools of Public Health in 2012. Findings: Age: <30: 74,5 % nonsmokers, 25,5% current smokers >30: 81,3 % nonsmokers, 18,22%smokers Gender: Females: 83,8 % nonsmokers, 16,2% current smokers Males: 73,8% nonsmokers, 26,2 % current smokers (Giuseppe La Torre et al. 2014).

The research conducted in Australia in 2010. Findings: Gender: Females: 39,6% current smokers Males: 60,4% current smokers Average age when started smoking: Males: 15,7 Females: 17,7.

Smoking status: 53,5% daily 4,2% weekly 3,7% less then weekly 22,4% never-smoker 16,2% ex-smoker (Bryant et al. 2011).

Men are more used to smoke than women; Around half of respondents smoke daily; People often think that smoking gives a pleasure and relaxes them; Women start smoking ~2 years later than men do.

Make more preventing ads about smoking and it‘s causes; Take addiction seriously (what consequences are because of it); Set your personal stop smoking plan ; Start healthy lifestyle that makes you forget smoking.

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