The society had a dramatic change in their behavior towards their use of tobacco. Their recent use has declined the incidence of cancer. According to a study, there are more deaths from non-communicable diseases. Tobacco smoking and second-hand smoke are one of the risk factors.
Thus, public health scholars came into conclusion that the recent use of tobacco smoking has been accelerated by the public policy interventions to reduce their tobacco usage. Their research has suggested that the most efficient way to reduce influences on tobacco use is to increase the financial cost of tobacco products, this can be done primarily through taxation, smoke-free policies, comprehensive advertising bans, and paid counter-advertising campaigns.
Therapies have been handed out to treat nicotine dependence and they have liberalized the access to the medical forms of nicotine that may address to the future tobacco use. Smoke-free zones are referred to areas where smoking is banned from providing effective protection from environmental tobacco smoke or second-hand smoke. Lung cancer, birth weight reduction to newborn babies, lesser maternal milk production are effects of second-hand smoke to non-smoking people.