Smoking In Australia

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Smoking is the one of the largest preventable cause of death and illness in Australia, accounting for nearly 15,500 deaths every year. It is responsible for more deaths up to the age of 64 than all deaths attributable to alcohol and illegal drugs consolidated (OxyGen).
Efforts to eliminate the behavior continue to be a goal for the government and thus, an important focus for the Australian National Preventive Health Agency (ANPHA). ANPHA counter this serious situation in cooperation with the Universal McCann Australia, the media agency, and reduce the prevalence of daily smoking from 15% to 10% or less by the year of 2018.
Government-led campaigns have proven highly effective over the many years in managing their aim of driving awareness
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