All forms of tobacco are harmful, and there is no safe level of exposure to tobacco. The patient has a white lesion with irregular margins on the left ventral tongue.
However, experience from many countries demonstrate that illicit trade can be successfully addressed even when tobacco taxes and prices are raised. Stopping illicit trade in tobacco products is a health priority and is achievable. But to do so requires improvement of national and sub-national tax administration systems and international collaboration. They should be treated like any other tobacco product when it comes to setting policies on HTPs.
HTPs produce aerosols containing nicotine and toxic chemicals upon heating of the tobacco, or activation of a device containing the tobacco. The aerosols are inhaled by users during a process of sucking or smoking involving a device.
HTPs expose users to toxic emissions, many of which cause cancer and currently there is not enough evidence to suggest that they are less harmful than conventional cigarettes. Electronic nicotine delivery systems ENDS and electronic non-nicotine delivery systems ENNDS , commonly referred to as e-cigarettes, are devices which heat a liquid to create an aerosol which is then inhaled by the user, these may or may not contain nicotine.
The main constituents of the solution by volume are propylene glycol, with or without glycerol, and flavouring agents. E-cigarettes do not contain tobacco but are harmful to health and are not safe. However, it is too early to provide a clear answer on the long-term impacts of using them or being exposed to them.
E-cigarettes are particularly risky when used by children and adolescents. ENDS use increases the risk of heart disease and lung disorders. They also pose significant risks to pregnant women who use them, as they can damage the growing fetus. Advertising, marketing and promotion of ENDS has grown rapidly, through channels which rely heavily on internet and social media 3. Much of the marketing around these products gives rise to concern about deceptive health claims, deceptive claims on cessation efficacy, and targeting towards youth especially with the use of flavours.
It is an evidence-based treaty that reaffirms the right of people to the highest standard of health, provides legal dimensions for international health cooperation and sets high standards for compliance. For more details on progress made for tobacco control at global, regional and country level, please refer to the series of WHO reports on the global tobacco epidemic.
The Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products requires a wide range of measures relating to the tobacco supply chain, including the licensing of imports, exports and manufacture of tobacco products; the establishment of tracking and tracing systems and the imposition of penal sanctions on those responsible for illicit trade. It also seeks to criminalize actions such as illicit production and cross-border smuggling. The Protocol counts 58 Parties, to date.
World No Tobacco Day is celebrated around the world every year on May This yearly celebration informs the public on the dangers of using tobacco, the business practices of tobacco companies, what WHO is doing to fight the tobacco epidemic, and what people around the world can do to claim their right to health and healthy living and to protect future generations.
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