Should Tobacco Products Be Banned

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Should tobacco products should be banned?
Smoking is one of the number 1 killers in the world. It not only kills the people smoking, it also kills the people who around it. Tobacco contains nicotine which is highly addictive. So people addicted to it even they know smoking gives you cancer, heart desease, asthma and other health problems. Therefore we are totally think that tobacco products should be banned because it is harmful, waste of money, and affects to the environment. Smoking can shorten your life by 10 years. Some people say smoking can reduce our stress, but it actually brings so many harms to us. According to the WHO there are 5.3 million people die because of smoking in every year in the world. So if tobacco be banned, the number people deaths will decrease. Smoking is not only bad for smokers, it is also bad for people who is around. Smokers have to realize that they are also killing their family, their lovers, and other people by slowly. For example, non smokers sometimes will get lung cancer also because of second hand smoking. Another argument to ban tobacco product is waste of money. As we know cigarettes are very expensive. For eample, 1 box of tobacco is at least rm10 and it includes 20 cigarettes inside. So people finish 1 box in 2 days. It means that they spend rm5 everyday, rm150 in a motnh and rm1800 in a year for tobacco. If tobacco products banned then smokers can use this money in better ways instead of paying for something that is slowly killing them. All smokers think that by smoking they are only damaging their health. They are ignorant about the fact that their smoking is affecting environment. It is fairly obvious that smoking pollutes the air and ground. The pollution caused by cigarette is not only our body or the air, it also affects the land we live on. Millions of cigarettes butts are thrown onto the ground everyday. It is extremely harmful to the environment. So...
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