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    Literature review of interventions addressing tobacco use Over the years tremendous efforts have been made by the government and non-governmental organizations in a bid to eliminate or at least reduce the tobacco use among the population. However, far too many persons still use tobacco and the most affected are the adults between the ages of 25-60 years. In this section, the researcher shall review various literatures by leading authors and institutions that have delve into the issue of tobacco usage and prevention. In the present day, close to half a million young adults smoke cigarettes and this population is not declining and the decrease in the number of smokeless tobacco use has totally stopped. The cigar is becoming too popular among…

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    Most recreational smoking starts at the age eighteen, but the majority of teens who do smoke, do not know the consequences. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the Native Americans smoked tobacco for medical and religious purposes. Yet, they did not smoke every day for recreation. Tobacco first really became known when European explorers witnessed this, they then returned with a new found drug. Later the drug was adopted by the rich and poor as their drug of choice. They chose it to be their drug of…

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    Comparing marijuana smoking to tobacco smoking seems like an easy answer, tobacco is bad end of story. This is true, but isn’t smoking marijuana also harmful to the lungs and pulmonary system? There have been studies that have concluded smoking marijuana does not do the same damage as tobacco. This statement is somewhat misleading because marijuana smoking has not yet been found to be a factor in causing cancer; however, cannabis has been linked to respiratory issues such as bronchitis and…

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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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    Between 1964 and 2000 an estimated three million deaths were prevented due to the decrease in smoking tobacco (Warner, 1989). The number of prevented deaths increase as the numbers of users decrease. During this time period, it became evident that people who regularly smoked tobacco faced horrible side effects: including yellow teeth, increased risk of stroke and brain damage, and high likelihood of various cancers. So why were these three million people smoking in the first place? In 1865…

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    uncles, grandfathers, and other male figures. This is a public service announcement being made to all males who chew or sniff tobacco: STOP. Cease and desist right now. Drop the dip that is in your hands. Throw out all forms of tobacco that is currently in your possession. Do not forget about the stash that you have hiding around the house, in your car, or even at your workplace. Start today and make a change in your life that will not only benefit you, but your love ones as well. As satisfying…

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    about the deaths and diseases caused by smoking it is still available and legal, nowadays tobacco smoking is slowly decreasing in numbers due to actions put in place to create a smoke-free country, however putting up prices and changing the packaging is not getting rid of the problem altogether as a complete ban would, there is proven negative health effects of tobacco and not only that but the second-hand smoke which is involuntarily inhaled is just as, if not more fatal on those who are around…

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    children can hardly wait to be young adults to start smoking, risking their health to smoke. When our society allows smoking in homes and private smoking areas, what picture are we creating in the mind of our future generation? Cigarettes/tobacco smoking is dangerous to our health, period! There is absolutely no benefit in this habit, only serious harm. If we work toward banning cigarettes/tobacco smoking in the state of Florida, together we will make Florida a healthy state that other…

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    Tobacco Smoking Ban

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    One of the major critical issues which world has been concerning for many years is the significant challenges of excessive consumption of tobacco and alcohol to public health and governments set targets to combat with this issue. Sin tax and some regulations on nicotine and alcohol have been implementing in order to have a reduction in drinking and smoking rates because of their negative impacts on people’s lives. While some people are in favour of extra levy and restrictions on cigarette and…

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    should not let your teen smoke tobacco.These are some statistics on people who have smoked tobacco.I think that the kids who smoke tobacco in school should be punished for their actions. Too many high school and middle school students are smoking tobacco. 24.6% of all high school students had used tobacco at least once in the last 30 days,20.9% female, 28.3% male(Teen Smoking Statistics). This is a lot of high school students who smoke out of the 31,000 high schools in the US. 7.7% of all…

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