May 27, 2020: World No Tobacco Day
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World No Tobacco Day
Data from the Global Youth Tobacco Survey show young people across the world are using e-cigarettes. Learn how you can protect young people from the dangers of tobacco product use, including e-cigarettes.
Data Can Help Protect Young People From the Dangers of Tobacco Across the World. Millions of Adolescents Are at Risk and More Work Is Needed
E-cigarettes Are Not Safe for Young People. – About 1.7 million young people aged 13-15 in 73 countries or survey sites use e-cigarettes.
CDC collaborates with global pediatric societies to protect youth around the world from tobacco
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working closely with partners worldwide to respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has now been detected in over 100 countries. CDC is aggressively responding to COVID-19 through the development of pandemic preparedness and response plans and working on multiple fronts to prepare communities to respond to this public health threat. This is a rapidly evolving situation and more information will be updated as it becomes available.
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May 17 – World Hypertension Day
May 31 – World No Tobacco Day
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