Division of Life Guidance

Smoking and second-hand smoke can cause extremely serious health hazards to the human body

Smoking and second-hand smoke can cause extremely serious health hazards to the human body, and even affect the social and economic burden. Countries around the world are not actively promoting the prevention and control of tobacco pests. In addition to reducing the smoking rate of the public, non-smokers Don’t become a smoker and let smokers quit smoking. The more important issue is to prevent people from being exposed to second-hand smoke in public places. In this way, the National Health Service of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, in addition to law enforcement to eliminate second-hand smoke in public places, is committed to starting from the ground up, transforming people’s perceptions of smoking products, and creating a smoke-free environment in various fields such as schools, the military and the workplace. Let people be free from the threat of second-hand smoke and protect your health.