In the world, 5.4 million people died of smoking cigarettes in 2010. When I was fourteen years old, one of my cousins died of heart attack, which was caused by smoking cigarettes. His heart stopped one day because of smoking cigarettes. Additionally, smokers inhale less than nonsmokers because smoking affects the amount of oxygen the lungs introduce into the blood. It also affects the lining of the lungs so that they cannot absorb as much from the air breathed
They provide education to our youth to prevent them from ever starting and smoking cessation programs for individuals that currently wish to stop smoking. Education and support are known ways to eventually prevent smoking in the future. More than 400,000 deaths in the U.S. alone each year are from smoking related illnesses. Why would someone even pick up a cigarette without considering the effects it will have on him or her? Cigarettes should be illegal because cigarettes are a powerful and addicting drug that are very harmful to the people who smoke them, the people who inhale second hand smoke, and the environment.
Smoking Session Up in Smoke A child’s cough is the result of toxic fumes emitted into the air by thoughtless people. They come from near and far and effect many people. From their squared outlined pocket to their shortening breathe, they are smokers. The passive ones always stands out, more, because they look agitated and restless. As they continue to smoke, they are in a state of zero- gravity.
Regardless of the income disparity, economic dislocation and social downgrading, the tobacco companies unconscionably continue to exploit this group for decades. The tobacco industry has used unreasonably marketing tactics to lure society’s most vulnerable. Tobacco companies sponsored game shows and cartoons, and cigarette ads featured endorsements from doctors, dentists and celebrities. which results in approximately 70 percent of all homeless individuals hooked on the dangerous habit of smoking; 4 times that of the general U.S. population and 2.5 times that among impoverished Americans, according to the Public Health Law Center. The Homeless who is categorically burdened by some form of mental illness has been blatantly targeted for decades as industry leaders donates cigarettes to homeless shelters and other facilities where this group frequents.
October 31, 2011 The Production and Sale of Tobacco Products Should be Made Illegal in the United States I believe that the production and sale of cigarettes in the United States should be made illegal. As a former smoker myself, I have come to believe everyone should quit. When I first stopped smoking I thought the reasons to stop were pretty simple. I thought about the bad smell of cigarettes, the high cost of smoking, the litter of cigarette butts that I saw everywhere, and of course the risks to your own and other peoples health. But the thought of making the production and sale of cigarettes illegal is a more recent belief.
The negligence that tobacco consumers demonstrate by smoking wherever and whenever results in 443,000 deaths per year, including 49,000 of whom had never smoked, but second hand smoke took advantage over them. There is a solution for everything; therefore there must be a reasonable proposal that would solve the issue of tobacco consumers. In order to
Native Americans used tobacco for religious and medical reasons, they did not use it everyday. Tobacco was the first crop grown for money in North America by the 1800s. Many people started using tobacco on the average, 40 cigarettes were smoked a year. The opposing side may say cigarettes can keep a person relaxed from stress but it’s really harming to the human body, smoking tobacco causes disease and lung cancer. It has been the most deadliest drug for years.
They do not realize that people die a lot more often from smoking than any illegal drug or alcohol-related problems. In fact over 440,000 deaths in America alone are caused by cigarettes and other tobacco products. Even though smoking is dangerous, we must be careful of those around as well. Second-hand smoke is even more dangerous than first-hand smoke. In fact, it can cause coronary heart disease in 25% to 30% more people who are around a someone who smokes.
With the high taxation of cigarettes, you're basically donating your money to them. Approximately half of the price on a pack of cigarettes is tax! Contrary to what you might hear in songs or see on TV or in the movies, smoking cigarettes does not make you cool! As I get older, I see a lot of my friends going to the smoke pit on break or in between classes. I hear a lot of my friends begging other teenagers
Griffin Hayes Mr. Guay English 10 Honors 11/7/14 Should Cigarette Smoking Be Banned? Meet Anna, a five year old girl who lost her father to lung cancer. Like Anna’s father, cigarette smoking is a known leading cause of lung cancer and death for about 159,260 people in the United States this year so far ("How Many People Get Lung Cancer?"). Lung cancer has caused about 27% of all cancer deaths but can be prevented if we ban the smoking of cigarettes. Cigarette smoking has caused lung cancer to many smokers and even non-smokers.