Smoking is a major cause of heart disease, stroke, several types of cancer, and many other health problems in Australia. In fact, smoking is the largest single cause of death and disease in Australia.
It's not as many as you might think.
Not as many young Australians smoke as you may think. Smoking rates within this group have dropped significantly in recent years.
Hope you’ve got a strong stomach because the answer is disgusting. Imagine breathing in flea powder, nail polish remover and floor cleaner all at the same time, but there’s far more...
Smoking will give you a full body makeover – in a bad way – as it affects every part of you both inside and out.
Undies, toothbrushes, nachos - there are many things you don’t want second hand and smoke is one of them. Did you know there are many dangers by just being around someone who is smoking?
We hear a lot about how just one hit of heroin can get you hooked for life, but did you know that nicotine is just as addictive?
If smoking is so dangerous, why aren’t there laws against it? Well, actually there are! In Australia there are federal and state laws that aim to reduce the amount of harm done by smoking tobacco.
Deforestation, killing sea turtles, bushfires - smoking has a massive impact on the environment.