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  • Smoker To Marijuana Use
    461 words
    Smoking: I Can Stop Whenever I Want Good afternoon, I can stop whenever I want. Does that sound familiar to you? if it does you are probably part of the 80% smokers who are teens. And studies show, that young smokers are likely to start doing drugs, selling drugs, and so forth. Young smokers start smoking at 12 or 13 just to get a taste of what it's like. Some of them find it disgusting and unhealthy and some find it cool usually because their peers introduced it to them. Tobacco use kills about...
  • O Whether
    408 words
    How to quit smoking Cigarettes and cigarette smoke contain over 4,000 chemicals, including 43 known to cause cancer. Many of these chemicals are added in the processes of tobacco farming and cigarette production. The tobacco burns while a cigarette is smoked, exposing the smoker to these deadly chemicals, tars and gases To quit smoking, the smoker must put a plan to work on it. This plan has three phases: deciding to quit, preparing to quit, and following through. Deciding to quit: each smoker h...
  • Graphic Pictures And Warnings On Cigarette Packets
    609 words
    An Australian group called Action Council on Smoking and Health (A CSH) has recently pushed for warnings on cigarette packets to be more graphic. They suggested graphic photos of diseases organs should cover at least 50% of the outside label. Additional health warnings with information's on how to quit and smoking risks should also be included inside the cigarette packet. Bland and ineffective warnings like "Smoking is a health hazard" and "Smoking reduces your fitness" already cover our cigaret...
  • Move Through Five Stages A Some Smokers
    501 words
    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 qu...
  • Smoke From Cigarettes
    709 words
    Should cigarettes be banned Although smoking is a proven killer, Americans waste hundreds of dollars each year on tobacco products. Other drugs that are harmful, such as crack or marijuana, are illegal in the United States and Canada. However, the use of cigarettes, which kills millions worldwide annually, is perfectly legal. If certain harmful substances are illegal, then cigarettes should not be permitted either. Smoking has several harmful effects on the body. Cigarettes cause eighty-five per...
  • Active Smokers
    666 words
    Cigarettes and Their Destruction of the Brain Smokers generally feel more comfortable after that especially important first cigarette of the day. Within just a few seconds of 'lighting up,' smoking activates mind-altering changes. Smokers are well aware of the long-term risks of their habit: such as lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema, and other deadly illnesses. However, smokers are attracted by the immediate effects of smoking:' a stimulant that makes them seem to feel more alert, clearheade...
  • Cigarette Smoke Into The Lungs
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    Cigarette Smoking The effects of cigarette smoking can be horrifying. Smoking is dangerous not only to those who smoke, but to non-smokers and unborn children as well. Cigarette smoking is also physically and socially harming. The large particles in cigarette smoke, commonly known as "tar", collect in the branching points of the lungs. The tar contains carcinogenic compounds that increase the risk of lung cancer. The small particles in cigarette smoke, including carcinogens, irritants, and corro...
  • Cigarette Smoke
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    Each year, the U.S. government passes numerous laws to protect its citizens. Yet, one perfectly legal product manages to seize over 400,000 American lives annually (American Lung Association, 'American'). Despite the efforts of the U.S. government to protect its citizens, the government continues to ignore the single most preventable cause of premature deaths. The vicious culprit attributed to these deaths is the common cigarette. Death, however, is not the only transgression cigarettes are resp...
  • Portly Guy And The Pudgy Girl
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    The Smoking Truth There are three major stereotypes when it comes to people who smoke. The three stereotypes are; all smokers are unhealthy, all smokers can't stop smoking because they are so addicted, and they all started smoking to fit in with the group. Growing up I can remember everybody telling not to smoke because it was bad for you, but I never understood why until I took notice to my dad. My dad smokes maybe a half a pack a day and his teeth and clothes show it. He is always out of breat...
  • Finish The Game Three Times
    415 words
    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 I'm around an adult that smokes and when he smokes, it makes the house smell awful. I have many reasons to why I think this. There are over 4,000 chemicals in cigarette smoke, some of which ...
  • Carcinogens Present In Cigarette Smoke Cause
    800 words
    Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. It is estimated that almost 500,000 deaths occur every year because of the harmful effects of cigarette smoking. Smoking for as few as five years can have a permanent effect on many vital organs in the body. This habit contributes to a wide number of diseases, including Coronary Heart Disease, stroke, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Peripheral Peptic Ulcer Disease, and many types of cancer. The follow...
  • Amount Of Cigarette Smoke
    584 words
    As part of my health and wellness plan for lecture I had to submit a w. h. i. p. contract where I stated contractually some type of lifestyle altering thing I was going to do during this quarter. I chose to submit a contract where I would cut back considerably if not completely my habit of cigarettes. Because of this I thought I would look into some of the statistics and affects smoking has in order to reinforce my conviction that it is time to stop smoking. This year alone "cigarettes will kill...

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