• Smoking Effects Risk Smokers Years
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    The Effects of Smoking Introduction Smoking cigarettes damage the body in a number of different ways. Over several years, the American Council on Science and Health and many others have documented the effects of smoking. Everyone knows that it is bad for you, but not many know how it affects the body. There are many myths about smoking, which mainly occur with all of the teens that are smoking. Most teens don't know that the effects of smoking are mostly permanent. They think that they can smoke...
  • Second Hand Smoking Quitting Smokers Quit
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    Thesis: Smokers usually move through five stages to quit smoking, and non-smokers have to help them constantly and carefully. Credibility Statement: In high school health class, we have been taught about how smoking cigarettes affects our body. But my school had a different program compared to other schools. There was study session only for cigarette smokers. I took the session for a semester and learned a lot more than I used to know about smoking cigarettes. Also I have helped my friends to q...
  • 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...
  • 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...