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Title: Smoking in the Northern Territory
Other Titles: Fact sheet - Smoking in the Northern Territory
Corporate Author: Northern Territory Department of Health
Publisher: Northern Territory Department of Health
Abstract: Tobacco smoking is the leading preventable cause of death and disease in Australia. In 2018, tobacco smoking was responsible for more than 20,500 deaths, or 13% of total deaths from all causes, and 8.6% of total burden of disease and injury in Australia was due to tobacco use, making it the leading risk factor that contributed to disease burden and deaths. This factsheet provides a summary of smoking information to support planning, implementation and evaluation of health services and programs in the Northern Territory (NT).
Publication Date: 2022-01
Type: Fact Sheet
Appears in Collections:Epidemiology

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