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the dangers. The “e” stands for electronic so there is no combustion like there is with conventional cigarettes. e-cigarettes are battery powered and have a heating element that turns the nicotine-infused liquid into an aerosol mist that is inhaled. The term “vaping” means to inhale and exhale the nicotine-infused vapor from the device much like one would use a conventional cigarette. Again, this continues the idea that the pleasures one might get from a conventional cigarette can be experienced...

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Sheesha Culture in Pakistan

cigarette. This high level of CO not only can cause brain damage but may also result in death.   Shisha offers a mixture of crude types of tobacco fermented with fruits and the sweet odour of fruits conceals the natural smell of tobacco`s tar and nicotine. A large number of school and college students of both genders belonging to under-18 age group can be seen using shisha at most restaurants and hotels of the country. In fact, every day new shisha cafes are opening up in the country because of its...

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Your Addiction Is Literally Killing Me

proximity. As a non-smoker with various medical conditions including asthma, I completely understand the medical effects of second hand smoke and the extent that I would go to, just to rid this world of tobacco and nicotine once and for all. When an individual uses tobacco, the nicotine contained within is said to be “one of the most heavily used addictive drugs and the leading preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the U.S. Cigarette smoking accounts for 90% of lung cancer cases...

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Chemistry of Nicotine

CHEMISTRY OF NICOTINE Date Submitted: March 17, 2010 Introduction Tobacco has a long history and has had a significant impact since first introduced to Western society in the 16th century. There is evidence that Native Americans were using tobacco long before the 16th century. They smoked through a pipe for special religious and medical purposes but the worldwide spread of tobacco was initiated as a result of European discovery by Spanish, Portuguese and French explorers.(1,2) Christopher...

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The Ill Effects of Smoking Cigarettes

Health’ yet no one pays attention to this. Smoking cuts of 10 years of a person’s life, yet people continue to smoke. So, why people are still smoking? The answer is obviously, addiction. Smoking is a hard habit to break because tobacco contains nicotine, which is highly addictive. There are several effects and causes of smoking. This essay is going to discuss the effects of smoking on a person’s body, physical health, diseases, and risks of smoking. Next it will discuss the solutions to stop smoking...

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Expository Essay

How to Quit Smoking If you have tried to quit smoking, you know how hard it can be. It is difficult, because nicotine is a very addictive drug. One of every six deaths in the United States is related to smoking. Smoking is a proven health hazard, and there are clear benefits to quitting. There is no “safe” cigarette, and no safe level of smoking. For some people, it can be as addictive as marijuana, heroin, and even cocaine. Quitting smoking is difficult, it takes a lot of hard work and...

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Why Do Cigarettes Kill You Essay

to convert smokers, here is the paragraph that discusses the impact – an impact that could be caused by smoking on human health. The first is the danger that smoking can cause bouts of cancer. Content – content is harmful in cigarettes, such as nicotine activates cells – cancer cells in the lungs. As a result, the cells – cancer cells that will continue to grow and spread in all parts of the organ, so lung – pulmonary rot and can no longer work optimally. In the end they are suffering from Bronchitis...

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Describe Lifestyle Factors That Have An Effect On Health

is bad for you but they either don't care or they cant stop because they are addicted. Smoking makes them and the people around them vulnerable to diseases such as cancer, heart attacks, strokes and many more. Some ways to smoking are: Using the nicotine patches so that the brain gets the fix but your lungs don't get the smoke and tar Chew some gum or hard sweets to keep the mind distracted Physical activity can remove the thought of smoking out of your head for a while. When people try to stop smoking...

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Smoking Cessation in Pregnat Women

religiosity and spirituality are associated with decreased levels of tobacco use in pregnant women (Mann, 2007). Pregnant women are less likely to quit smoking when they live with a partner who smokes, have lower income levels, and have a higher nicotine dependence level (Pollak, 2006). After identifying the patient’s personal and cultural barriers to smoking cessation the nurse aids in assisting the pregnant woman in identifying appropriate methods to quit smoking. Spousal and familial support...

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The Effects of Cigarette Smoking

tobacco and what it can cause to a human body. This paper is intended to give the readers an idea of the effects of cigarette, like cancer, heart disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. The researchers also included the cigarette components like nicotine and how many percent of it in a tobacco. The reasons why people smoke cigarette is also in this paper. By reading this paper, a person can gain knowledge about the effects of smoking cigarette. So when a person reads this especially those who smoke...

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