Should Smoking Be Banned? Essay

1283 Words Aug 14th, 2015 null Page
This is the year 2015, and mostly everyone with access to television or internet has seen some kind of ad about how smoking is dangerous. Smoking has been the highlight of many cultures for thousands of centuries. Everywhere around the world, smoking found its niche within every society. The most common plant used for smoking is tobacco. The multi-billion dollar industry we know and despise today was not one born with the intent of hurting anyone. Over the years, numerous studies have been shown that smoking any kind of tobacco is incredibly harmful to ones body and is even made with known potent carcinogens, and also nicotine. Nicotine is the addictive drug found within cigarettes and other tobacco products. The main question being asked by smokers and non-smokers alike is: how can we make smoking safer? There is no question that within the near future smoking will be eradicated because it is so ingrained into human existence. Modern science has finally found a way to answer that question. Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes/cigs. The technology is simple: a small vial of e-liquid is attached to the mouthpiece on an e-cigarette and when a person inhales, instead of getting a mouthful of smoke, they take in the flash heated vapor of the e-liquid. As of right now, there are multiple studies shown about how e-cigarettes are not only safer for smokers, but they also help smokers quit, and encourage society understand why traditional cigarettes are a thing of the past.

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