Smoking related deaths 2008

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This statistical report presents a range of information on smoking which are drawn together from a variety of sources. The report aims to present a broad picture of health issues relating to smoking in England and covers topics such as smoking habits, behaviours and attitudes among adults and school children, smoking-related ill health and mortality and smoking-related costs. This report combines data from different sources presenting it in a user-friendly format. Publication Date: 16 Oct

Cigarette Smoking — United States, 2006-2008 and 2009-2010

Smoking-related deaths averted due to three years of policy progress

Cigarette smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke are associated with premature death from chronic diseases, economic losses to society, and a substantial burden on the United States health-care system. In , to assess the economic and public health burden from smoking, CDC published results of an analysis of smoking-attributable mortality SAM , years of potential life lost YPLL , and productivity losses in the United States from smoking during This report presents an update of that analysis for , the most recent years for which source data are available. The updated analysis indicated that, during , cigarette smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke resulted in at least , premature deaths, approximately 5. Comprehensive, national tobacco-control recommendations have been provided to the public health community with the goal of reducing smoking so substantially that it is no longer a significant public health problem in the United States. Abstract Cigarette smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke are associated with premature death from chronic diseases, economic losses to society, and a substantial burden on the United States health-care system.

Statistics on Smoking - England, 2008

The global burden of smoking-related diseases is substantial, with over 7. This burden is expected to increase for the coming decades in some countries, many of which already have limited health resources. Tobacco use increases the risk of death from many diseases, including ischemic heart disease, cancer, stroke, and respiratory diseases.
Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. To evaluate the global impact of adopting highest-level MPOWER tobacco control policies in different countries and territories from to Policy effect sizes based on previously-validated SimSmoke models were applied to determine the reduction in the number of smokers as a result of policy adoption during this period.