Expressing concern about the increasing smoking habit among women, she said that it can lead to infertility, cases of which are also increasing these days. In addition, smoking can lead to premature birth.
People often think that smoking only affects the lungs, but the case is different, it affects every organ and is one of the important risk factors for the growing number of cases associated with autoimmune diseases, Kumar spoke as he spoke about the fight against tobacco deaths on World Health Day.
This event is organized by Tobacco Free India.
Dr Vishal Rao of HCG, Bangalore said that the reason why oral cancer cases are increasing rapidly in India is because of tobacco products.
Prominent economist Gopal Krishna Agarwal said: “To save the lives of 13,000 Indians every year, it takes time to strengthen the rigor on tobacco products.