Causes and Effects of Smoking Essay

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    1. The effects of smoking during pregnancy is not only seen on our health, but also on your baby up to a large extent. It is also have an adverse effect on your baby. a. The most important matters you need to do are stop smoking if you are planning to have a children. This is important for your healthy birth defect or illness. b. When your baby is born, there is a need to protect children from smoking. Not lead to a reduction in milk…

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    Should Smoking Be Illegal

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    body’s shouldn’t we stop it? Well smoking is killing people around us. It’s causing cancer and it is shortening the lives of people around us. This being said, we need to limit the amount of people consuming tobacco products. Although the percent of people smoking was, “42.5% of adults smoking in 1965 and the pole in 2011 was down to 19%” (cdc.gov) smoking still is one of the leading causes of deaths in the world. So plans should be made to limit the sales of smoking. In the USA we could start…

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    Satire About Smoking

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    All my life I’ve heard of the effects and problems that come from smoking, yet the government still allows people to do it. Smoking causes about 480,000 deaths in just the U.S each year. Smoking is a major problem in the world and it should be made illegal. There are countless reasons to make smoking illegal. Cigarettes greatly affect the people using them, effect more than just the people smoking them, and create lots of litter and pollution. Smoking greatly affects people and our environment…

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    people smoking in many places. I also see them at entrances of our university buildings. At the beginning of my university first semester, my friend told me that she got injured, because her arm was attached to the flame on a cigarette which was holded by the smoker at the entrance in an uncareful way. I was upset about this and started to consider the dangers of smoking, not just injuries but also effects on our health throught an internal body. Therefore I chose to reserch on bad effects of…

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    Deadly Cigarettes

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    Americans have died prematurely from cigarette smoking than have died in all the wars fought by the United States during its history (“Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking”). At first, one would find this hard to believe when they think about all the wars this country has been through over the years and the fact that many people have died from something as simple as cigarettes. However, when one looks at the research and statistics, the damaging effects of smoking are not as difficult to…

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    positive effects. Smoking cigarettes is one of those harmful habits. Quitting smoking is not an easy goal to accomplish. The reason why it is difficult to quit smoking is because of one of the many chemicals in cigarettes is nicotine. According to an article on NYtimes.com, “Scientists have found, for instance, that nicotine is as addictive as heroin, cocaine or amphetamines, and for most people more addictive than alcohol”. This is just one of the many reasons why people smoke. By smoking you…

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    Teenagers have even adapted to the use of this addictive drug. The amounts of users that participate in cigarette smoking are on the rise. It has been concluded from U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that each year, an estimated 443,000 people die prematurely from smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke, and another 8.6 million live with a serious illness caused by smoking. Despite these risks, nearly 23 percent of high school students use tobacco products, and more than 90 percent…

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    People smoking tobacco is one of the major health issues that causes several non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease and smoking attributable cancers. Social norms influence people to smoke tobacco as teens, and are likely to continue smoking in adulthood. Once people start smoking, the nicotine in tobacco addicts them that they have a hard time quitting. With nicotine addicting smokers and people’s low self-efficacy, the chances of people attempting to quit smoking are slim.…

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    Today, citizens all over the world are bombarded with abundant of campaigns that persuade people to stop smoking. To enumerate, the production and sale of cigarettes not only have a negative impact on human health, it can even cause death. Smoking also affects the children around you with second-hand smoking. When a teenager starts smoking and they continue to do so, it can greatly affect their future ahead of them. Cancer sticks contain over 4,000 chemicals that that contain cancer-causing and…

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    Smoking can be of tobacco products or marijuana, tobacco is the main product smoked with an estimate of 1 billion smokers in the world today. Smoking has effects to both the smokers and the people living with them and the most common of them is cancer. Smoking has various impacts ranging from health, financial and social. All these impacts are negative since there is no known documented positive effect of smoking Smoking causes various types of cancers namely; tongue, bladder, ovary, lung,…

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