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Tobacco Smoking

makes tobacco addictive, goes to your brain very quickly. Nicotine makes you feel good when you are smoking, but it can make you anxious, nervous, moody, and depressed after you smoke. Using tobacco can cause headaches and dizziness. Mouth Tobacco stains your teeth and gives you bad breath. Tobacco ruins some of your taste buds, so you won't be able to taste your favorite foods as well. Tobacco causes bleeding gums (gum disease) and cancers of the mouth and throat. Heart Smoking increases...

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The Causes of Smoking

Smoking is a practice in which a substance, most commonly tobacco, is burned and the smoke is tasted or inhaled. This is primarily practised as a route of administration forrecreational drug use, as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such as nicotineand makes them available for absorption through the lungs. It can also be done as a part of rituals, to induce trances and spiritual enlightenment. Smoking is one of the most common forms of recreational drug use. Tobacco smoking is today...

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Smoking Tobacco Smoking

of Tobacco Smoking among the Students of Puntod National High School: A Basis for Preventative Measure To Deter Student from Smoking CHAPTER 1 The Problem Introduction The use of tobacco is not a recent phenomenon. It has been said that tobacco plants have grown in North and South America since 6,000 B.C.1. It was also believed that tobacco had many healing qualities which made its use widespread2. In the 17th... Premium 14136 Words 57 Pages Smoking Tobacco smoking...

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Beneficial Aspects of Smoking Tobacco

English 101 – MW 12:30 13 February 2013 Smoking Tobacco Needs a Second Chance If asked, many people might say smoking tobacco is horrible in every aspect. They would argue that smoking has claimed numerous lives, and would curse the person who discovered it. Others might say that the odor from smoking tobacco is not worth it. I completely disagree with these claims. Often the benefits of smoking tobacco are overlooked. In fact, I believe smoking tobacco is beneficial because of its convenience...

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Smoking Ban

Smoking has been a public health threat for many years, so the main policy objective of the Smoke-free Air Act is the protection and security of all individuals in New York City. The 2002 legislation was passed to ensure that all workers have a safe, smoke free workplace environment, and that all nonsmokers can breathe smoke-free air in public places. The law is an important part of New York City’s effort to eliminate tobacco use as it is one of the most significant public health threats.The Act...

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Why do teenagers indulge in alcoholism and smoking?

October 2013 Why do teenagers indulge in alcoholism and smoking? In today’s society many teenagers are introduced to new ideas every day. Teenage years often include adjusting to new people, and experimenting and trying out many unfamiliar ideas. As a teenager some maybe naïve and not fully think of consequences, and or long term effects of indulging in these type of activities. The cause for teenagers indulging in alcoholism and smoking can be many reasons. For some teens, peer pressure, curiosity...

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The Effects Of Smoking Tobacco

 The Effects of Smoking Tobacco Olivia Nagel Biology 123 Professor Thompson May 6, 2014 ABSTRACT This paper talks about the effects of smoking tobacco on the human body. It also examines the effects that smoking has on the surrounding environment of the individual who is directly smoking. Smoking has been around for a very long time, and dates back to the 1600s. Smoking cigarettes can cause many types of health complications to the individual who is smoking such as bronchitis, asthma...

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Effects of Teenage Smoking

The Effects of Smoking on Adolescent Behavior and Their Ability to Perform Well in School James Grimes Eastern Kentucky University Abstract There is a considerable body of empirical research that has identified adolescent peer relationships as a primary factor involved in adolescent cigarette smoking. Despite this large research base, many questions remain unanswered about the mechanisms by which peers affect youths’ smoking behavior. Understanding these processes of influence is the key to...

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Tobacco

to smoke tobacco products at any age. However, the SALE of tobacco products is highly regulated with legal legislation. Demographics Smokers by age "Each day, approximately 6,000 young persons try their first cigarette and approximately 3,000 become daily smokers." 12.8 percent middle school students reported using some form of tobacco (cigarettes, smokeless, cigars, pipes) in the past month. Current cigarette use among middle school students was 9.2 percent. The rate of smoking among middle...

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Thesis on Smoking

lung cancer than of breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined. Lung cancer is more common in older adults. It is rare in people under age 45. Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer. The more cigarettes you smoke per day and the earlier you started smoking, the greater your risk for lung cancer. There is no evidence that smoking low-tar cigarettes lowers the risk. However, lung cancer has occurred in people who have never smoked. Secondhand smoke (breathing the smoke of others)...

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