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Here are the stats [ Resources: ABS Statistics ]
Smoking is a significant risk factor for a range of chronic diseases. Each year, smoking kills an estimated 15,000 Australians, and costs Australia
- In 2011-15, there were 2.8 million Australians aged 18 years and over who smoked daily (16.1%).
- In 2011-15, men were more likely to smoke daily than women (18.3% compared with 14.1%).
- Those who live in outer regional and remote areas of Australia had higher rates of daily smoking (22.4%)
- Compared with those who lived in inner regional (18.4%) or major cities of Australia (14.7%).
Research shows that 50% of Australian adults will set New Year’s Resolutions! That is a whopping 26 million people!