GMU Students Mark ‘World No Tobacco Day’

By | June 2, 2016
‘World No Tobacco Day’

Students of Gulf Medical University (GMU) marked ‘World No Tobacco Day’ with a  variety of activities at the university campus in Ajman, on Tuesday, 31st May 2016.

Students conducted talks on the harmful effects of tobacco and the importance of abstaining from tobacco products. They demonstrated the issues related to the harmful effects of tobacco use on the human body, and played games designed to spread awareness on the diseases caused by tobacco use. Informative presentations on the harmful effects of nicotine were also conducted by the students.

World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is observed around the world every year on May 31. World No Tobacco Day was first introduced by the World Health Organization to be celebrated as the most recognized event all over the world in order to make people aware of all the problems and health complications caused by the use of tobacco chewing or smoking to prevent all the health hazards to make the whole world free of tobacco and healthy world of people.

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