The easiest way to define cause and effect is “one thing leads to another”. The one thing is the cause that leads to (or results in) “another”, the effect. Although you can focus on one cause and effect, frequently you’ll find that a single cause generates many effects or that one effect is the result of multiple unrelated causes. Example: Smoking can cause heart disease, lung cancer, and emphysema or heart disease may be caused by smoking, obesity, and genetics. In addition, smoking can be a contributing factor in an individual with all three diseases or an individual with heart disease may smoke, be obese, and have a family, history of heart disease. In addition, often an effect is brought about by a chain reaction of causes. Example: Smoking can cause emphysema, which causes a person to slow down, which leads to weight gain, resulting in heart disease.
The Effect of Cigarettes on Your Heart (one cause to one effect) Three Deadly Effects of Smoking (three effects to a cause)
Three Major Causes of Heart Disease (three causes to one effect)
When we intend to discuss multiple effects or causes, to identify them. We ask questions about each cause or effect we identify. “Why did this happen?”
“What happened before or after this?”
“What were the results of this?”
Smoking has become a trend in today’s world, even though people know how harmful it is. Smoking can causes one obvious it will ruin your health and give you series of health issues. In American 85% teenager’s first start smoking from the age of fifteen and sixteen, smoking tobacco is really addicting. Smoking causes heart diseases, blood pressure, series of cancers such as lung cancer, mouth cancer and throat cancer. Some of the people don’t even quit after they realize they are having health issues. The facts are wether you smoke the “lights” or the “regular” brands, it will affect your health...