Essay on Harmful Effects of Tobacco

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    The Effects of Using Tobacco In America alone, 16 million people have some type of disease from smoking or other tobacco related uses (CDC). Tobacco has been around for hundreds of years has been and is used in many different ways like smokeless tobacco, smoking cigarettes, hookah, and cigars. Tobacco dates back to 1000 BC used by mexicans and native americans. All of these contain nicotine and affect the body in the same way. They have also been linked to a variety of cancers especially in America. Since tobacco is still produced and sold to consumers today, future americans still need to be aware and informed of the detrimental effects that can occur from the use of tobacco, like tooth decay or tooth loss. Effects of Smokeless Tobacco Use…

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    Chewing tobacco is not as damaging to your body as smoking is. Dipping is more convenient in public, not hard on your body like smoking is, and it is a cheaper habit than smoking. Smokeless tobacco is the way to go if you develop a habit, not smoking. Most public places always encourage to go smoke outside for health reasons. The reasons behind all of these laws to stay within fifteen feet from the building is because of these few reasons. One, many people have asthma and the smoke could…

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    The use of tobacco dates back to a time when Indians grew tobacco plants and smoke pipes. The tobacco industry was the place to gain profit up until recently. In the recent years, many studies have been done on tobacco and its harmful effects such as: second hand smoke, child birth defects, lung cancer, jaw cancer, etc. In recent years the use of tobacco products has plummeted to an unprecedented low. It became illegal for tobacco commercials to be shown on tv and the age in which you could buy…

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    Tobacco Misconceptions

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    As employees of the leading cigarette producer in North America, it is imperative that the truth about our product is clarified. The harmful effects of tobacco have been greatly exaggerated and the use of our product has little or no known harmful side effects. Though many other tobacco products do have negative health or cosmetic consequences, the use of our product by many doctors and celebrities would prove otherwise. The fact that our product has been the top selling tobacco product in…

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    Americans today believe that e-cigarettes today are a replacement for the old-fashioned tobacco cigarettes. That there are completely the same or not as harmful as tobacco, or that it will enable them to slowly cut out tobacco out of their daily routines, whereas I believe they’re just as harmful as tobacco cigarettes and will not make it easier to quit smoking. A number of young adults have come to the conclusion that electronic cigarettes are not harmful at all to your body when inhaling this…

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    Traditional Cigarettes

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    solutions without tobacco. The primary purpose of e-cigarettes is to replace traditional cigarettes, which have already existed in the world for more than two hundred years. People have known that traditional cigarettes contain harmful compounds which threaten health, but people easily ignore the harm which tobacco causes in the environment. The process of producing e-cigarettes is completely different from the process of producing traditional cigarettes, and one of the most obvious advantages…

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    Written Health Communication Assignment The use of tobacco amongst those of all ages has been an issue we have been fighting and trying to prevent those from using. Very young individuals are smoking and dipping tobacco and are clueless and/or careless to the fact that their lives are at extreme danger. Surprisingly, the rates for teenage smokers have dropped within the last couple of years and I think it is because we are communicating to young individuals on the harmful effects and they are…

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    meeting.” A weight dropped on my shoulders and I began to become very nervous. One by one we went into our assistant principle and athletic directors office. I slowly walked in and sat in the chair near his desk. He handed me a letter, which told me I was to represent girls’ soccer in the 2015 Tobacco Free ______. I felt immediate relief and excitement when he told me. I have always wanted an opportunity to join Voice and be apart of the athletes against tobacco. Three days later I attended the…

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    Tobacco Smoking Essay

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    Regulations and Laws on Tobacco Smoking Throughout Merchants of Doubt there are many subjects that are presented. The authors are very clear about how they feel about these topics. Many who read the book either strongly agree with what they believe or strongly disagree, and there are all those in between. One topic that is of interest to many is tobacco smoking and whether it really is harmful for your health. The authors are clear that they believe that smoking tobacco is dangerous and needs to…

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    The Seriousness of Tobacco The use of tobacco has been a common practice among Americans and people all over the world. Smoking tobacco was extremely popular during the early parts of the 20th century. It was so common that soldiers would often receive cigarettes as part of their ration in World War II. People did not understand the negative effects of cigarettes until the 1980s. The use of tobacco products, smoking and non smoking, have slowly declined since that time, but doctors keep finding…

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