The Adversities of Smoking.
Smoking and even second hand smoking can lead to fatal diseases such as, lung cancer, cancer of the larynx, esophagus, and bladder diseases. http://www1.umn.edu/perio ltobacco/secondhandsmoke.html / smoking is hazardous enough to an individual’s health and it’s even more disturbing when people are exposed to dangers caused by smoking. The tobacco company however, had thought false labeling would help the situation when all it has done is worsen the case. The tobacco company had come with the idea of "light" cigarettes, which is just a way to think the cigarettes they are smoking are "healthier". Second hand smokers are just as endangered as the actual smokers they are equally exposed to fatal diseases. Smoking is a habit that is deceptively dangerous and people have the right to go about without being exposed to smoking. Moreover there have been unremunerated rights on issues such as this one. The government of the U.S has made laws concerning smoking in public; the "Washington Clean Indoor Air Act" of 1985 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=70.160&full=true which is one of numerous attempts to stop smoking. Recently, smoking in restaurants has been ban in the state of Washington and although this is good, we are yet to ban smoking in even more public places such as parks and bus stations. The tobacco company shouldn't make products they think are less harmful, because there is no such thing when it comes to their product; the best thing is for them to stop producing the products. The Washington department of health, individuals who have been affected by the tobacco company have appealed to the public to put an end to smoking. Tobacco companies, in an attempt to "lower the dangers of smoking" have come up with what they call light cigarettes these are supposedly cigarettes with low tar and nicotine content. Recent study and research show that these light products are no different from the harmful ones smokers are used...
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