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Sheesha Culture in Pakistan

from a local shop in Karachi to the Harvard School of Public Heath, USA, for its chemical analysis.   Test on the packet confirmed that shisha powder not only contained nicotine but also several other dangerous chemicals including high level of cancer-causing substance called nitrosamines. In Pakistan tobacco sale is prohibited by law to anybody under the age of 18. Smoking is also prohibited at all public places, including hotels and restaurants. It is indeed sad that by allowing cigarette and...

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Harmful Effects of Smoking

Abstract Smoking is known to be a primary cause of harmful effects on health, family, environment and society. However, scientist research in health and environment, that researches show that smoking cause many diseases, even lung cancer. An aim of my study has been to determine that smoking also effect on family and society. Results indicated that smoking was not only effect on environment, health but also effect on family, society. Introduction In 1868, the smoking advertisements...

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Should Smoking Be Banned Everywhere?

include New Zealand. It's very bad for them to live with smokers. For example, young teenager may become a smoker like someone in family doing. However, if they do not smoke but they still can get a bad health because they breathe the bad air in to their lung that may affect to their health. (pic) In 2009, World Health Organisation, reported the percent of Western Pacific Region women who smoke. Otherwise,there are many kind of smoking tools includes pipe, cigars, hookahs and bongs.However, the most common...

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Should Smoking Be Illegal

Terry Martin, “men who smoke are about 23 times more likely to develop lung cancer and women who smoke are about 13 times more likely than mans. Cigarettes need to be illegal because also harm nonsmoker and children. If someone is smoking cigarettes around other people they are inhaling the tobacco which can damage lungs. Studies shown that nonsmokers who reside with smoker have 20% to 30% increase in risk for developing lung cancer when compared with nonsmokers who do not reside with a smoker. (Melissa...

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Causes of Smoking Habit Among Teenagers

20 male and 20 female respondent, their aged ranged from 13 to 19 years. Statement of the problem -Why do teenagers smoke? -Why do teenagers start smoking? -What are the signs of teenager smoking? Foreign Literature Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, and May Complicate Pregnancy.” Almost everyone in America can read this message and pin point exactly where it came from. It is well known for being printed on every single pack of cigarettes sold in America and in other...

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The Dangers of Smoking.

smoking are minor outcomes such as: problems breathing, wrinkles, and bad smelling clothes, hair, skin changes to yellowish color from the toxins in cigarettes. Major outcomes from smoking are risks of catching cancer such as lung cancer, cancer of the lip, tongue, pharynx, and bladder. Cancer takes more than 400 thousand lives in the United States per year. One person dies every five minutes from smoking related diseases. Burning tobacco is the main source of indoor pollution in the developed world...

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Smoke Survey

Do you smoke? -Yes, it doesn’t cost me very much because I smoke a packet in one month. Do you know the dangers of tobacco? -Yes, the risks are having lung cancer, oral cancer, chronic cough, etc. Have you ever tried to quit? -No, because I know I’m not addict When/why do you smoke? -Social occasions because I love how it tastes with alcohol. Have you ever had health problems as a result of smoking? -No Does your addiction affect other people? -Not really because I don’t have...

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School

A Dangerous Habit-Rough Draft Creatures walk among us and inhabit our homes, cities, and country sides. They walk, work, and live among us. They release and inhale toxins into our atmosphere, into our people, and into our environment. Their lungs turn black and stale with age and use. They scatter fumes in circles and litter their ashes and dropping as if rats. They pollute our land, air, and ocean along with the life contained. Many act “cool” and participate in law breaking crimes. Some even...

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Second Hand Smoke

* More ear infections, poor lung function * Second hand smoke contains: Hydrogen cyanide -- a highly poisonous gas that is used in chemical weapons and pest control, Benzene -- a part of gasoline, Formaldehyde -- a chemical used to embalm corpses; Carbon monoxide -- a poisonous gas found in cars Secondhand smoke and the impact on infants (long term) * Infants more susceptible illnesses such as asthma and wheezing * More ear infections, poor lung function * Second hand smoke...

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Do you think that smoking should be banned in public places?

someone smoking inside. Smoking can cost you problem in the future; you would probably end up getting cancer. Studies have shown that this damages nonsmoker’s health against their will and could cause them to get lung cancer. Second hand smoke contains hundreds of toxic chemicals including arsenic ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, formaldehyde, benzene, and vinyl chloride. It is known to cause cancer, coronary heart disease, and respiratory problems. There is no risk- free level of exposure to secondhand...

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