Should Cigarette Smoking Be Banned?

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Should Cigarette Smoking Be Banned?

By | April 2013
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Argument Essay
ENG 101-05
Nov 19, 2012

Should Cigarette Smoking Be Banned?

The harms of smoking have become more popular around the world. In my country many people die every year .You could also find more information about these problem in the many websites on the internet which discuss this problem also when you go to any hospital you will see many photos on the walls that considers about effects problem smoking. Smoking has a lot of disadvantages than advantages for us. Smoking habit can lead to many cancers and heart disease, secondhand smoke exposures to smoking and the effect of youth smoking. In this past decade, the rate of smokers has been quite low, but every day 3000 people start smoking. That equals about 1,000,000 people a year. To balance the number of people who start though; about 1,200 people die from smoking each day, which leads up to about 1,438,000 deaths from smoking a year. That is a lot of deaths, which can be prevented. Why is Smoking so bad for you? Cigarettes contain over seven hundred chemical additives. Some of the chemicals you are less likely to know about are the heavy metals, humectants, casting agents, pesticides and insecticides added into a cigarette. The more well know chemicals are tar, Carbon and nicotine. Smoking has two kinds of effects, long term and short-term effects. The short term effects happen after a few years of smoking and usually are coughing, wheezing, and dizziness, and nausea, shortness of breath, phlegm production, bad breath, decreased physical fitness and reduced lung function. Although those may not seem bad or even noticeable at the time they are nothing compared to the long-term effects. The long-term effects, which happen after years and years of smoking, include Emphysema, heart disease, pregnancy complications; facial wrinkles and the well know disease Cancer. The different forms of Cancer caused by smoking are very large. Although you may not receive all of them, you are at risk to...
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