More than 30 million children under 15 are using tobacco worldwide
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The World Health Organization has revealed that 3.7 million children between the ages of 13 and 15 are using tobacco worldwide. The World Health Organization released a report on tobacco use, according to which the tobacco industry is using fruit flavors to make children addicted to nicotine.

The director general of the World Health Organization said that the tobacco industry is making children addicted to nicotine by going to school. Making children addicted to tobacco and nicotine is the most serious crime. The World Health Organization said that electronic cigarettes are being sold in 16,000 flavors, the strictest laws should be made to prevent children from becoming addicted to tobacco, and electronic cigarettes with pleasant flavors should be banned.

The World Health Organization has appealed to educate children about the deceptive campaigns of the tobacco industry.


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