• Secondhand Smoke And Its Effects
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    Secondhand smoke and laws about smoking in public places "What the smoker does to himself may be his business, but what the smoker does to the non-smoker is quite a different matter This we see as the most dangerous development to the viability of the tobacco industry that has yet occurred The strategic and long run antidote to the passive smoking issue is, as we see it, developing and widely publicizing clear-cut, credible, medical evidence that passive smoking is not harmful to the non-smokers...
  • Secondhand Smoke Children Smoking People
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    Keep Joe Camel Out of the Mall! .".. I male what pleasure or felicities they have in taking this ro gish Tobacco: it is good for nothing, but to choke a man, and fill him of smoke, and impers... ." (Jonson, Act 3, Scene 3. 2) These were the words of Ben Jonson, a 17 th century English poet. In agreement with this quote, smoking should be banned from all public places. This opinion is supported by the evidence that secondhand smoke is very harmful. Additionally, if a child sees an older person s...
  • Attacks And Strokes Smoking Heart Children
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    Smoking! Why do people do it? Do they want to be cool? Peer Pressure? What people don't realize is that smoking is the number one cause of preventable deaths in the United States. (web) Another thing people don't realize is all the kinds of sickness the can get or even give to there children due to secondhand smoke. Some of the most popular ones are heart attacks and strokes, lung problems, and what happens to there children when around it. When smoking does a person really think about what that...
  • Smoking Secondhand Smoke
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    Alice Walker makes a great argument against smoking in her short essay, "My Daughter Smokes", by sharing with the reader a personal experience that she had concerning cigarette smoking. She describes what happened to her father because he was a smoker for most of his life. Walker talks about what happened to his appearance and his health because of smoking. She also makes a point in showing how society and Hollywood make smoking out to be attractive. Walker wrote this essay against smoking for o...
  • Smoking Hand Smoke
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    In 1990, 72 million bottles of a popular mineral water were voluntarily recalled because of small traces of benzene. The smoke from one pack of unfiltered cigarettes has as much benzene as 169 bottles of the contaminated water. Main points What's in a cigarette? What's are the effects What's a smoking addiction What's in a cigarette? In a cigarette there are many bad substances. Some of them that are listed behind me are: Carbon monoxide, Nitrogen oxides Hydrogen cyanide, Ammonia, Nicotine, Tar,...
  • Secondhand Smoke Smoking Year 000
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    Hi Im here today to tell you the dangers of smoking. Smoking is one of the most preventable causes of death in our society. About one in five deaths in the US are results from using tobacco. About half all of smokers between of 35 and 69 die ahead of time the new smokers replace them. Smokers could be losing an average of 20 to 25 years of their life. Sometime Im around an adult that smokes and when he smokes, it makes the house smell awful. I have many reasons to why I think this. It gives you...
  • How Secondhand Smoking Affects
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    How Secondhand Smoking Affects Us As most of you know, smoking is bad for your health, but what some of you might not know is that you don't actually have to smoke to be harmed by smoking. Lung cancer, which is the leading cause of cancer deaths in men and women, is mainly caused by cigarette smoking. Secondhand smoking causes approximately 2 percent of lung cancer deaths each year. It causes respiratory disease, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), middle ear disease, and asthma attacks in chil...
  • 2nd Hand Smoke Cancer Lung Second
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    Olivia RovegnoThesis Statement: Second hand smoke is a cause of cancer. Data: Newspapers 1. 'When these new data for cervical cancer are considered in light of similar results from previously published studies, our findings suggest that passive smoking may be firmly linked with cervical cancer,' wrote lead author Anthony J. Albert. 'Our study of two large cohorts found that women who lived with smokers had a percent or greater risk of developing cervical.' excerpt from Second hand smoke, cervica...
  • Smoke In Bars Smoking Laws Bar
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    Smoking in Bars Within the last several years, health issues toward smoking have become a very popular issue. All over the nation, college students are having to deal with secondhand smoke any time they want to go out and socialize with their friends in a bar. Secondhand smoke can be very detrimental to anybody that it encounters. It is associated with an increased risk for lung cancer and coronary heart disease in nonsmoking adults (TIPS). For years communities have been working to get smoking ...
  • Smokers Rights Secondhand Smoke
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    Should smokers continue to have the right to smoke This is a question that has been strongly debated over the last couple of years. Smokers believe that it is there right to smoke. While non-smokers say that smoking is a hazard to everyone s health and it should be restricted. This is a difficult issue because of the strong views of each side. The facts we will examine should help us determine whether or not smoking should be eliminated. Smokers main argument is that it is their right and choice...
  • Secondhand Smoke Smoking Tobacco States
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    Cigarette smoking is the greatest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the United States. Secondhand smoke causes numerous lung cancer deaths annually. Measures have been taken in both workplaces and public places to limit exposure to secondhand smoke. The economic cost of smokers to society is phenomenal. It includes monetary costs, lost workdays and shortened work lives. Many states are establishing and maintaining comprehensive tobacco-control programs to reduce tobacco use. T...
  • Quitting Smoking Smoke Smokers Year
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    Hurting Yourself Smoking is an addiction. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, a drug that is addictive and can make it very hard, but not impossible, to quit. More than 400, 000 deaths in the U. S. each year are from smoking-related illnesses. Smoking greatly increases your risk for lung cancer and many other cancers. Hurting Others Smoking harms not just the smoker, but also family members, coworkers, and others who breathe the smoker's cigarette smoke, called secondhand smoke. Among infants to 1...
  • Secondhand Smoke Smoking Year Tobacco
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    In this report I will tell you the dangers of smoking. Smoking is one of the most preventable causes of death in our society. About one in five deaths in the US are results from using tobacco. More then half of all tobacco uses die much earlier then their normal life expectancy. Smokers could be losing an average of 20 to 25 years of their life. Smoking has numerous other effects as well. It leaves you reeking of smoke, yellows your teeth and hands, can give u respiratory and cardiovascular pro...
  • Health Risks Of Secondhand Smoke
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    "The Health Risks of Secondhand Smoke Are Exaggerated," according to an article written by W. Kip Viscusi, which is published in 1997 in Smoking, Opposing Viewpoints. The article, is not effective. Not only are the sources of the evidence not clearly identified, but also Viscusi uses logical fallacies, and the organization is confusing. The first reason why Viscusi's article is not effective is that the sources of the evidence Viscusi uses are not clearly identified. To begin with Viscusi talks...
  • Quitting Smoking Smoke Life Year
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    Steps to a Better Life The decision to quit smoking is one decision a person will never regret! Smoking causes around 419, 000 deaths each year, just in the United States. Quitting smoking cuts the risk of lung cancer, many other cancers, heart disease, stroke, other lung diseases, and other respiratory illnesses. Quitting smoking, while pregnant, also increases the chances of survival for the unborn child. Quitting helps a person live a higher quality of life. Depending on how a person chooses...
  • Smokers Have Right Secondhand Smoke
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    In 1998, Drew Carey held a sit-in because of the smoking ban in the California bars. Even though Drew is not a smoker, he smoked that night and called the ban stupid. Three years ago, California enacted a state law that forbade smoking in bars and other work areas for the sake of the employees. Drew felt "It should be up to each bar owner and patron to decide if they want to smoke or not. Drew Carey was not cited by police for the incident, but the owner, Irwin Held, was. Held said, "It's smoki...
  • Secondhand Smoke Smoking Smokers People
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    Smokers are the Victims of Secondhand Smoke Smoking is a choice that everyone has to make. It is understood that smoking is bad for your health and nasty habit, but the rights of smokers have been taken away. Smoking and non-smoking sections were and exellent idea that is being slowly abolished. Over the last few years, secondhand smoke has become one of the largest, and most incredible tall tales ever. Through the lack of knowledge, closed minds, and pure self-centered ness, smokers rights have...
  • Smoke Or Live Smoking Children Effects
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    Raj Sagar Francisco Gil Yeon Sik Kim Tannenbaum Freedom to Live or Freedom to Smoke What have cigarettes done for society nothing but taken away millions of innocent lives. Each year thousands and thousands of people die from either smoking or second-hand smoke. Smoking has not benefited anyone but the tobacco companies. They become rich while you are smoking away priceless years of your life. Smoking not only kills the smoker but also kills the people around the smoker. I am here arguing in fa...
  • Secondhand Smoke Calgary Air Smoking
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    Health is a very important issue to many people. Everywhere you look there are billboards, commerical's, or even television shows that encourage you to get, and most importantly, stay healthy and fit. Now, you may exercise everyday, eat right, and you may look like a contestant from the "Fitness USA Parent;" but inside, you are most likely just as bad, and if not worse than anyone else. "What could be the cause?" you may ask, and the answer is very simple... it's the terrible effects of smoking....
  • Secondhand Smoking Smoke Public Places
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    Imagine, you are dining in your favorite restaurant. As you take a moment to inhale the aroma of the food you ordered. Suddenly your body reacts with a strong cough. Glancing around, you notice an individual smoking heavily. "How would you react?" Smoking in public facilities can lead to many problems and should be banned. A pure and clean breathing environment is something everyone needs, especially if you are dining. When individuals smoke in public places, they are giving off their exhaled s...