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EPEKTO SA PAGPANIGARILYO
17.3M 
Estimated number 
of Filipinos aged 
15 and older who 
smoke, according 
to the 2009 
Philippine Global 
Adult Toba...
70 
Estimated 
number of 
carcinogens, or 
cancer-causing 
ingredients, 
contained in a 
cigarette stick
13.8M 
Estimated 
number of 
Filipinos aged 
15 and older 
who smoke 
every day 
(GATS, 2009)
P326.4 
Average 
amount of 
money spent 
monthly on 
cigarettes 
(GATS, 2009)
10.6 
Average number 
of cigarettes 
smoked per day 
by daily cigarette 
smokers in the 
Philippines 
(GATS, 2009)
36.9% 
Percentage of 
Filipino adult 
workers who said 
they were 
exposed to 
tobacco smoke in 
enclosed areas in 
their ...
0.25 
Estimated 
proportion of all 
types of cancer 
which can be 
attributed to 
smoking, according 
to the World Health ...
55.3% 
Percentage of 
Filipino adult 
workers who said 
they were 
exposed to 
tobacco smoke in 
public 
transportation
P177B 
Estimated annual 
cost of the four 
leading smoking-related 
diseases — 
cancer, heart 
attack, stroke and 
chronic...
2 of 5 
Estimated 
proportion of 
Filipino students 
who live in 
homes where 
other people 
smoke
71% 
Percentage of 
lung cancer 
deaths in the 
world that can 
be attributed 
to tobacco
2M 
Estimated reduction in 
number of smokers in 
the Philippines by 
2016 if tobacco taxes 
were increased by 10 
percent...
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
8. Peer Pressure
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
7. Social Rewards
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
6. Parental Influence
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
5. Genetic Predisposition
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
4. Advertising
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
3. Self-medication
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
2. Media Influences
UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG 
MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 
1. Stress Relief
UNSAY EPEKTO SA LAWAS? 
1. Stroke 
2. Coronary Heart Disease 
3. Pneumonia 
4. Chronic pulmonary 
disease 
5. Tuberculosis
UNSAY EPEKTO SA LAWAS? 
6. Asthma 
7. Diabetes 
8. Rheumatoid arthritis 
9. Periodontitis 
10. Cancer
NORMAL LUNGS VS. DAMAGED 
LUNGS
OTHER HEALTH RISKS: 
Preterm (early) delivery 
Stillbirth (death of the baby 
before birth) 
Low birth weight
OTHER HEALTH RISKS: 
 Sudden infant death 
syndrome (known as SIDS or 
crib death) 
 Ectopic pregnancy 
 Orofacial clef...
 Smoking can also affect men's 
sperm, which can reduce 
fertility and also increase risks 
for birth defects and 
miscar...
“Kay bisan kinsa nga nahiusa kang Cristo, bag-o 
na siyang binuhat. Ang daan miagi na ug ang bag-o 
miabot na.” 
2 Corinto...
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  1. 1. EPEKTO SA PAGPANIGARILYO
  2. 2. 17.3M Estimated number of Filipinos aged 15 and older who smoke, according to the 2009 Philippine Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS
  3. 3. 70 Estimated number of carcinogens, or cancer-causing ingredients, contained in a cigarette stick
  4. 4. 13.8M Estimated number of Filipinos aged 15 and older who smoke every day (GATS, 2009)
  5. 5. P326.4 Average amount of money spent monthly on cigarettes (GATS, 2009)
  6. 6. 10.6 Average number of cigarettes smoked per day by daily cigarette smokers in the Philippines (GATS, 2009)
  7. 7. 36.9% Percentage of Filipino adult workers who said they were exposed to tobacco smoke in enclosed areas in their work places
  8. 8. 0.25 Estimated proportion of all types of cancer which can be attributed to smoking, according to the World Health Organization
  9. 9. 55.3% Percentage of Filipino adult workers who said they were exposed to tobacco smoke in public transportation
  10. 10. P177B Estimated annual cost of the four leading smoking-related diseases — cancer, heart attack, stroke and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
  11. 11. 2 of 5 Estimated proportion of Filipino students who live in homes where other people smoke
  12. 12. 71% Percentage of lung cancer deaths in the world that can be attributed to tobacco
  13. 13. 2M Estimated reduction in number of smokers in the Philippines by 2016 if tobacco taxes were increased by 10 percent, according to the Department of Health
  14. 14. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 8. Peer Pressure
  15. 15. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 7. Social Rewards
  16. 16. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 6. Parental Influence
  17. 17. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 5. Genetic Predisposition
  18. 18. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 4. Advertising
  19. 19. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 3. Self-medication
  20. 20. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 2. Media Influences
  21. 21. UNSAY HINUNGDAN NGANONG MANIGARILYO MAN ANG TAO??? 1. Stress Relief
  22. 22. UNSAY EPEKTO SA LAWAS? 1. Stroke 2. Coronary Heart Disease 3. Pneumonia 4. Chronic pulmonary disease 5. Tuberculosis
  23. 23. UNSAY EPEKTO SA LAWAS? 6. Asthma 7. Diabetes 8. Rheumatoid arthritis 9. Periodontitis 10. Cancer
  24. 24. NORMAL LUNGS VS. DAMAGED LUNGS
  25. 25. OTHER HEALTH RISKS: Preterm (early) delivery Stillbirth (death of the baby before birth) Low birth weight
  26. 26. OTHER HEALTH RISKS:  Sudden infant death syndrome (known as SIDS or crib death)  Ectopic pregnancy  Orofacial clefts in infants
  27. 27.  Smoking can also affect men's sperm, which can reduce fertility and also increase risks for birth defects and miscarriage (loss of the pregnancy). Weaken immune system
  28. 28. “Kay bisan kinsa nga nahiusa kang Cristo, bag-o na siyang binuhat. Ang daan miagi na ug ang bag-o miabot na.” 2 Corinto 5:17
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