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effects of unemployment

person might start smoking to try and relieve stress. (Dr Parrot American medical journal) states that smokers mistakenly believe that cigarette smoking can help relieve stress. (Live bates) director of ASH explains further that cigarette smokers experience the relief from their addiction but of stress. Cigarette dependency can gradually disappear when one makes a choice to quit. Smoking is addictive and is harmful to a person’s health internally and also externally. Smoking causes high blood pressure...

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health and medical science

Emphysema and lung cancer are 2 condition related to smoking. (A) Emphysema is described has a Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and is a combination of lung damage and mucous production that makes it hard to breathe. This is a chronic condition caused by damage to the alveoli air sacs in the lung. When the lungs are exposed to cigarette smoke, causes excess mucus production due to the destruction of lung tissue in the smaller airways. This makes them unable to hold there structure...

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marijuana

than marijuana. Cigarettes contain nicotine; nicotine may harden the arteries and may be responsible for much of the heart disease caused by tobacco. In the article 35 isn’t smoking marijuana worse for you than smoking cigarettes it said “New research has found that it may also cause a lot of the cancer in tobacco smokers and people who live or work where tobacco is smoked. This is because it breaks down into a cancer causing chemical called `N Nitrosamine' when it is burned.” There are no cases of...

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Lung Cancer

blockage of airway, and recurrent infections, such as pneumonia, are also causes from lung cancer. The main cause for lung cancer is cigarette smoking. Tobacco smoke contains over 4000 chemicals, 60 of which are known to be carcinogenic, or cancer-causing. The likelihood that a smoker will develop lung cancer is affected by how early they start smoking, how long they have smoked, and how many cigarettes they smoke per day. It is also affected by how deeply they inhale the smoke. Secondhand smoke...

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Sustainability on Natural Resources

June 2013 Never Ever Again Sitting behind the school, I thought a very serious question to myself. I was sweating real hard and could not come up with an answer at the time. The scene of Abbot Park in Chicago was atrocious. Kids burning grass, smoking in public, and polluting air and killing animals that are vital to human survival, etc... How can man harm the environment and expect it to reproduce? That is a question to pose to the world and not just to the kids at Abbot Park in Chicago. The...

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Forbidden things are always tempting

the alcohol and smoking, it’s everywhere. People on the Internet, actors in movies and glamorous models in magazines are often shown smoking and drinking. Even every day people on the street can be seen lighting up a cigarette or ordering cocktails with their meals. Most people know that bad things happen when you do drugs. But actually tobacco and alcohol are classified as types of drugs because they are highly addictive. Unfortunately, a lot of children see their parents smoking and it never occurred...

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Marijuana

and Mexico. Various methods of smoking marijuana include rolling it into joints or blunts, smoking through a pipe or bowl, through a water pipe (or "bong"), or a vaporizer are also common methods. While marijuana is most often smoked, it can also be ingested. The drug can be ingested alone or cooked into food, most notoriously in "hash brownies." In addition, it can be used to brew tea or "bhang," a highly potent beverage originating from India. The effects of smoking are typically felt within a few...

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Tobacco

2013 Why Tobacco Is Bad Cigarettes, cigars, and pipe tobacco are made from dried tobacco leaves, as well as ingredients added for flavor and to make smoking more pleasant. The smoke from these products is a complex mixture of chemicals produced by the burning of tobacco and its additives. The smoke is made up of more than 7,000 chemicals, including over 60 known to cause cancer (carcinogens). Some of these substances cause heart and lung diseases too, and all of them can be deadly. Tobacco smoke also...

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Cause and Effect Essay: Marijuana in Schools

ca/eng/pi/rs/rep-rap/2002/qa02_2-qr02_2/p2.html). According to a similar study, the majority of students on college campuses that use marijuana will also participate in other high risk activities. This destructive behavior includes things such as cigarette smoking, binge drinking and sex while intoxicated. Marijuana is so easy to obtain and can be very tempting to experiment with, especially if you have already had a few drinks and your thinking is impaired. Marijuana causes many internal and external problem...

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Synthetic Marijuana

Summary Synthetic marijuana is a big trend in our community because there are no drug tests for this yet and you can buy the product at a head shop, and a tobacco store over the counter. This has been an ethical problem in our world today because a lot of people are dying from it, where I am at they had a person die from the synthetic marijuana a brand called "Black Widow." They had a protest in my town to ban the Black Widow because it caused someone to die from the chemicals that was in it. I...

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