May 31 is World No Tobacco Day. Most of us know the dangers of smoking—from emphysema to cancer, even premature aging—and yet, a smoker is born every day. It seems that, despite the well known risks and dangers associated with smoking cigarettes, the temptation is too strong and the addiction to powerful to say no. This is why the World Health Organization (WHO) started World No Tobacco Day. Approximately six million people are killed each year by tobacco related causes so, in 2014, the WHO is demanding an increase on tobacco taxes.