• Types Of Tobacco Bongs
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    How To Make Tobacco Bongs A tobacco bong is another way for someone to smoke tobacco instead of just rolling a cigarette you can just stuff the tobacco in a bowl and smoke it. It is much quicker and easier to do than rolling it in papers. There are many types of tobacco bongs but I'm only going to explain how to make two different types because I dont have enough time to explain how to make all of them. That would take forever. The first type im going to explain how to make is a gravity bong. T...
  • The Need For Tougher Laws Against The Tobacco
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    WE NEED FOR TOUGHER LAWS AGAINST THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY Tobacco Advertising Makes Young People Their Chief Target Every day 3, 000 children start smoking, most them between the ages of 10 and 18. These kids account for 90 percent of all new smokers. In fact, 90 percent of all adult smokers said that they first lit up as teenagers (Roberts, 3). Of the one million US teens that become hooked on cigarettes each year, one-third or more will eventually die from tobacco-related illnesses. If current tr...
  • Teen Smoking Tobacco Industry Camel
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    Problems With Teen Smoking in America Teen smoking is a serious problem in the United States because the tobacco industry targets teenagers with their persuasive advertising. We see often in public places, teenagers who are standing around, smoking cigarettes. Recently, there has been legislation that has been turned down by Republicans in Congress, which was supposed to send a strong message to the tobacco industry. While this legislation was turned down, President Bill Clinton has vowed to con...
  • Smoking 2 Tobacco Youth Money
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    Teen Tobacco Wars Even though there is a seemingly huge restructuring of the tobacco marketing industry underway, it s all one giant shift in targeting with kids now semi-protected, and the college age under attack. To start, states have just begun to receive the huge amounts of money owed to them from tobacco settlements, but haven t used very much, if any, towards anti-tobacco campaigns. The first installment of money totaled $8. 8 billion nationwide, with only a mere 2% being used to fight yo...
  • Tobacco Smoking Nicotine Smoke
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    Tobacco is a plant grown for its leaves that are smoked, chewed, or sniffed for a variety of effects. It is considered an addictive substance because it contains the chemical nicotine. The tobacco plant is believed to have originated in the Western Hemisphere. The cultivated species most often grown for North American and European tobacco products is Nicotine Taba cum. The leaves of the plant are prepared for smoking, chewing, or sniffing. In addition nicotine tobacco contains over 45 carcinogen...
  • Baseball And Tobacco Chewing Chew Cancer
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    Maybe steroids aren't the biggest problem? Steroids are a big issue now but even bigger should be chewing tobacco. By: Aaron Cole English With all of the hype on the use of steroids in the past month among the baseball community, I think that baseball should also look at another serious affect to its players, chewing tobacco. Chewing tobacco and smoking tobacco has been affiliated with baseball since the 1840 s mainly in the amateur leagues. A custom to the winning team would celebrate by lighti...
  • Target Audiences Philip Morris
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    Targeting is directing promotions of a product towards a group of individuals who are likely to buy it. Different products are targeted at different audiences. After a company determines their target audience that audience is researched in order to learn about lifestyle, attitudes, values, etc. Then companies can more effectively reach their audiences by knowing what t. v. shows they watch and what magazines they read. It is through the media that companies make impressions and influence consum...
  • Tobaco Industry Influence Teenage Smoking
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    Over the last five years, researchers have calculated that the teenage smoking rates have climbed tremendously. Graph number one shows a steady increase in the number of teenagers who smoke heavily. Graph number two shows how teenage smoking has made a comeback, and how the number of teen-agers smoke occasionally and who develop heavier habits has increased sharply in recent years. The tobacco industry and the critics have very different ideas why this rapid increase of teenage smoking is develo...
  • Weed Is Worse On Lungs Than Tobacco
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    A study of 450 individuals found that people who smoke marijuana frequently but do not smoke tobacco have more health problems and miss more days of work than nonsmokers (9). Many of the extra sick days among the marijuana smokers in the study were for respiratory illnesses. Even infrequent use can cause burning and stinging of the mouth and throat, often accompanied by a heavy cough. Someone who smokes marijuana regularly may have many of the same respiratory problems that tobacco smokers do, s...
  • Smoking United States
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    Smoking is the inhalation and exhalation of the fumes of burning tobacco. Tobacco leaves are dried and cured, then rolled into cigars or shredded for pipes or cigarettes, the most popular method of smoking. About 50 million people in the United States smoke a total of 570 billion cigarettes each year. In the 1940 s, smoking was considered harmless, but laboratory and clinical research has since proved that cigarette smoke contains around 4000 chemicals, some of which are highly toxic. Nicotine, ...
  • Tobacco Smoking Smokers Health Cigarette
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    TOBACCO Tobacco is a substance consisting of the dried leaves and stems of the plant Nicotinic taba cum, which contains the drug nicotine. The plant is native to North America, but now is grown around the world. Nicotine is a powerful nerve stimulant and is extremely toxic. Two to three drops of pure nicotine, if taken all at once, are enough to kill the average person. Nicotine has been classified as the most addictive drug in existence. There are three principal ways to consume tobacco: smoki...
  • Philip Morris Tobacco Smoking Corporation
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    Corporations or Consumers, Who is Responsible The lives and daily routines of many Americans are affected by corporate activities. Corporations provide the basic necessities like food and water as well as luxuries and pleasures of everyday living. These corporations generate wealth for the economy and their shareholders, and provide employment for much of the population. One of these powerful corporations is Philip Morris who manufactures and distributes tobacco products such as Marlboro (Morris...
  • Smoking And Chewing Smokeless Tobacco
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    Tobacco is a plant grown for its leaves that are smoked, chewed, or sniffed for a ton of effects like thinking your cool if you do but we all know your really not. It is an addictive substance because it has the chemical nicotine in it. People say that the tobacco plant is believed to have started in the Western Hemisphere. The leaves of the plant are then made for smoking, chewing, or sniffing. Nicotine is not the only chemical it contains over 4, 000 other chemicals. The Indians of Mexico and...
  • Tobacco Paper American Public
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    Every day thousands of people start smoking. Knowing that ciggarette smoking is the leading preventable cause of death, people continue to start smoking. Everyday 3, 000 children start smoking, most them between the ages of 10 and 18. These kids account for 90 percent of all new smokers. In fact, 90 percent of all adult smokers said that they first lit up as teenagers (Roberts). This isn t because of peer pressure, or just plain desire to start, it is due to the fact that young people are the pr...
  • Tobacco In Advertising Teens Companies Brand
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    When you ask a tobacco sales representative whether teens are their main advertising focus, they would say no. But when the majority of retail outdoor advertising occurs in tobacco convenience stores where around 75% of teens shop at least once a week, it's hard to believe. Major tobacco brands have been targeting teens since day one for three reasons. They are easily influenced by advertising. Tobacco companies establish brand loyalty with teens. Finally teens are the largest advertising market...
  • Tobacco Companies Youth Teens Teenagers
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    Fighting the Ads "We have been asked by our client to come up with a package design... a design that is attractive to kids... while this cigarette is geared to the youth market. No attempt (obvious) can be made to encourage persons under twenty-one to smoke." This excerpt is from a letter from a Lorillard account executive to a marketing professor on August 13, 1970, years before big tobacco executives (including those from Lorillard) swore under oath that they have never targeted their pro...
  • Damages The Lung Tobacco Smoking Lungs
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    There are over 4, 000 chemicals in tobacco smoke. 43 of these chemicals are carcinogenic (cancer causing). Tar is present in tobacco and is very dangerous; it can stain teeth, fingernails and lung tissue and contains benzo pyrene which triggers tumour development. Another chemical that is present is carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is fatal in large doses and binds to haemoglobin which decreases the level of oxygen attached to haemoglobin and therefore the heart has to work harder to get oxygen ...
  • Tobacco Use United States
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    Tobacco Use: Should it be Legal or Illegal? Each year hundreds of American dollars are wasted on tobacco products. Although smoking tobacco is a proven killer, congress still allows it to be legal. Illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and crack, kill millions of people worldwide a year. Whereas "Over 400, 000 Americans alone die each year from the use of tobacco," (Harmful) and yet we still allow this drug to be legal. If congress says that certain drugs shall be illegal, then the u...
  • Tobacco Companies Smoking Court Case
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    Originator: Copywork Staff Miscellaneous: The tobacco industry: liable for its consumers 2000-07-30 The Tobacco Industry: Liable for it's Consumers? Should the tobacco industry be held liable for illness and death caused by smoking? Currently, the Federal government is looking into this in numerous court cases, scientific studies, and a never-ending battle between national health, and the big tobacco giants. But to make an educated opinion, both sides of the argument must be heard. We hear about...
  • Agreement Breaking Big Tobacco
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    When it comes to the issue of whether or not it is ok for someone the knowingly aid someone in breaking an agreement I feel it depends on the risks at stake for people not knowing what the person has to say. For example, if I had an agreement with a co-worker to not tell anyone that I had cancer I would be very angry if someone coerced that person into telling everyone. But on the other hand if I made that person promise not to tell anyone about a possible danger to all the other workers and som...