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    eyes of these young kids. It says that sweet flavors such as “gummy bear’ and “bubble gum” make it seem like it tastes really good so they want to try it. Kids under the age of 6 were half of these victims that were trying it. In a vape pen contains Nicotine which can be highly addictive and can possibly lead to death at such a young age. “There has been a report from the American Association of Poison Control Centers which also found children younger than age six were the victims in more

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  • Effects of Smoking

    * Some of the dangers of smoking are nicotine is very addictive‚ smoking causes health problems and smoking is harmful to nonsmokers. Body * Nicotine is the most addictive drug. It is more addictive than heroin because is large doses nicotine can be deadly. * Nicotine creates pleasant feelings that make the smoker want to smoke more. * It acts on the chemistry of the brain and central nervous system‚ affecting the smoker’s mind. * Nicotine works likes other addictive drugs but

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  • Cigarette Smoking and Lung Dangers

    Smokers develop a tolerance to nicotine (they need to smoke more and more for an effect). Smokers become dependent on it (they need it to feel comfortable). Smokers suffer withdrawal symptoms (physical and psychological discomfort when they try to stop smoking). There are hundreds of chemical substances in cigarette smoke. Three of the most damaging are: Tars--damage delicate lung tissue and are considered the main cancer- causing agent in cigarette smoke. Nicotine--a poison found only in tobacco

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  • Causes and Effects and Preventions of Smoking Among Filipinos

    13 Review of Related Literature Smoking 15 Effects of Smoking Lung cancer 16 Heart Disease 17 Heart Attack 18 Causes of Smoking Nicotine Addiction 19 Peer Pressure 20 Ways to Avoid

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  • Essay On Vaping

    slang word for the use of E-Cigarettes. E-Cigarettes are electronic battery powered devices that turn liquid nicotine into a vapor so that users will not get all of the harmful toxins that are in tobacco burning cigarettes. Vaping can lead people to begin smoking by using the same motion of smoking‚ consumers do not realize that vaping is dangerous‚ and the consumers are inhaling nicotine. Vaping‚ or the use of E-Cigarettes uses the same motion as smoking actual tobacco cigarettes. When

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  • E-Cigarettes Should Be Banned

    As nicotine only slightly influences cardiovascular risk and any other chemicals detected were at such low concentrations that they are unlikely to cause much harm‚ it was declared that they are 95% healthier than cigarettes. But if that is the case‚ then why

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  • Classification Essay

    methods to quit smoking that I’m going to compare are quitting cold turkey‚ nicotine replacement‚ avoiding triggers‚ and also their difficulty level‚ advantages‚ and disadvantages. The first way to try and quit smoking is to quit cold turkey. In some kind of way‚ quitting cold turkey is the most popular way to quit smoking even though to most people‚ this is one of the hardest ways to quit smoking because of how powerful nicotine dependency is (health.com) According to evidence tables in the June 2000

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  • Smoking Informative Essay

    expenditures. This is an average of close to $7‚000 per adult smoker. One of the many areas nicotine affects is the brain. The Nicotine from cigarettes is as addictive as heroin. Nicotine addiction is hard to beat because it changes your brain. The brain develops extra nicotine receptors to accommodate the large doses of nicotine from tobacco. When the brain stops getting the nicotine it’s used to‚ the result is nicotine withdrawal. You may feel anxious‚ irritable‚ and have

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  • Cigarettes: Tobacco and Research Paper

    knows that smoking is bad for you‚ and most people that do it want to quit. In fact 35millionpeople make a serious attempt to quit each year. Unfortunately‚ most who try to quit on their own elapse-often within a week. Nicotine is one of the main ingredients in tobacco. Nicotine is a powerful drug that speeds up the brain and central nervous system. It triggers the release of a chemical in your brain that boosts your mood‚ makes you feel calm‚ at the same time‚ can make you feel more alert. The

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  • Methods to Quit Smoking

    million questions come to mind. Are they going to try Cold Turkey? Are they going to gain weight after they quit? What are the side effects? What method is right for them? That is where the challenge begins; choosing the right quitting method. Nicotine is a drug that is found naturally in cigarettes. Overtime a person can become physically dependent on and emotionally addicted to it. Quitting cigarettes is just as hard as quitting heroin and cocaine. Some people succeed going cold turkey. When

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