Rabat - Like any public health threat, a nation needs to develop a strategy to both inform people and to reduce the incidence of that threat. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, several US states and many more cities began adopting tough no-smoking laws for indoor spaces like restaurants, bars and office buildings. Public attitudes on smoking were changing partly due to the effect of public information campaigns—created by health organizations and state-level health agencies. Indoor clean air laws led to dramatic declines in adult smoking rates. Information led to change.

Princess Lalla Salma, Cancer in Morocco, Cancer disease
Mark Mahon served as a US Peace Corps Volunteer near Errachidia (2013-15).