It hurts you AND the world.

Smoking kills!

1,000 people die per day due to smoking-related diseases.

Smoking and the environment-

Smoking also hurts the environment, by releasing chemicals into the air that hurt the ozone layer.

Smoking puts the people around you in danger.

How can smoking harm others?

Each year, about 34,000 nonsmokers in the United States die from heart disease caused by secondhand smoke.

Secondhand smoke exposure causes an estimated 7,300 lung cancer deaths annually among adult nonsmokers in the United States.

Secondhand smoke exposure is higher among persons with low incomes. For example, 60.5% of persons living below the poverty level in the United States were exposed to secondhand smoke in 2007–2008, compared with 36.9% of persons living at or above the poverty level.