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New Year’s Resolutions? Quit and avoid smoking!

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Many of us are starting 2021 with a New Year’s Resolution – exercising more, eating healthier, or quitting smoking. Did you know that smoking cigarettes can harm nearly every organ of the body? It is the cause of many diseases and affects the health of the smokers themselves, as well as their families, friends and colleagues.

Tobacco smoking is one of the leading preventable causes of death worldwide, killing several million people each year. Important to know: 15% of all cases are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second or third hand smoke. The health of young children is especially at risk by third-hand smoke. When they play on the floor, crawl, touch anything they are exposed the hazardous chemical residues of smoke.

Quitting smoking has immediate as well as long-term health benefits for you and your loved ones. What would be even better than quitting? Not starting in the first place. So please join us to educate about the dangerous effects of smoking.

Education and prevention about the risk of smoking are a key element of health education in high schools and patient education. The theory and statistics of the risks of smoking can be dramatically visualized by the newly developed Smoking Model by 3B Scientific. It is a 3-in-1 model that clearly demonstrates the results of active, passive and third-hand smoking. The tar that accumulates in the lungs when a cigarette is smoked is collected on a half-circular filter. The tar, which would reach the lung of a passive smoker, accumulates on a second half-circular filter. Additionally, the effect of third hand smoking can be observed on the wall of the transparent cylinder. The chemical residue of the tobacco smoke can be gathered using a cotton bud.

Having been developed with limited school budgets in mind, this model is extremely cost effective and affordable.

Click to find out more and to activate an additional introductory discount of 15% with the code SMOKE15.
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