Cigarette Smoking Diseases

  • Cigarette Smoking Needs Regulation in Public Places

    Cigarettes are the single-most traded item on the planet, with approximately 1 trillion being sold from country to country each year. At a global take of more than $400 billion, it’s one of the world’s largest industries (Listverse, 2011). Cigarette smoking in public places is a widely controversial topic. Many people are unaware of the actual history of smoking bans. People are also unaware who is affected by smoking regulation in public places, the effects on society, why it is important to solve

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    human health. Epidemiological research has been focused primarily on cigarette tobacco smoking,[1] which has been studied more extensively than any other form of consumption.[2] Tobacco is the single greatest cause of preventable death globally.[3] Tobacco use leads most commonly to diseases affecting the heart, liver and lungs, with smoking being a major risk factor for heart attacks, strokes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (including emphysema and chronic bronchitis), and cancer (particularly

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  • Smoking

    Smoking For several decades, smoking remains one of the most common problems in the world even though people are aware of the health risks involved in smoking. Smoking causes harmful effects in the body. There have been numerous reports linking cigarette smoking to diseases such as cancers of the lung, mouth, heart attacks, and other ailments. Moreover, smoking in public areas is an unhealthy habit because it harms not just the smokers, but also others who breathe the smoker’s cigarette smoke, that

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  • Smoking

    About harm of smoking is written everywhere. Every day in the world the huge number of people dies from diseases caused by smoking. Smokers continue to smoke not just because of their addiction to nicotine. They think the act of smoking makes them look cool, powerful and attractive. That is why they continue to smoke despite knowing well the numerous health hazards of smoking. Firstly, women who smoke actually harm themselves and the future posterity. The woman should protect the organism in every

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    free from diseases. That is not true. It is because people think it is cool. It is not so cool when you develop lung cancer and you will have to start going to hospital constantly to get check-ups and take a lot of medication. It will not be so cool when your unborn child has a big risk in having a defeat. It will not so be cool when you have a whole bunch of wrinkles on your face when you are young and the only way to get rid of them is by expensive surgery. Why you should quit smoking? First, smoking

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  • Cigarette

    Smoking Ban  The debate concerning the consequences of smoking tobacco to those who choose to not smoke or, who are too young to smoke legally is ongoing. Evidence shows that the long term dangers of exposure to tobacco can be more dangerous for non-smokers than those who choose to smoke cigarettes. In response to the current knowledge concerning hazards to both smokers and those non-smokers who are in the same location as smokers, health professionals and the public have demanded that laws protect

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  • Effects of Taxation on Cigarette Smoking

    Taxation on Cigarette Smoking In economics the demand elasticity refers to the sensitivity of the quantity demand for a product to the changes in price. This relationship correlates to the basic law of demand which states that if the price of a product or good increase, then the consumer demand would fall and decrease because of the change. However not all products follow this fundamental theory. In fact products that are considered addictive substances, such as tobacco and cigarettes can be the

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  • Inhibitory Effect of Viticis Fructus on Lung Inflammatory Responses in an Animal Model of Cigarette Smoke-Induced Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a complex disease in which airflow obstruction is not fully reversible [1]. It is mainly characterized by airflow limitation and is defined by its character of dyspnea, cough, and sputum production, symptoms that aggravate disease severity and disease exacerbation [29]. It includes emphysema, which is characterized by airspace enlargement and destruction of lung parenchyma, and chronic bronchitis [2]. It is a chronic, progressive inflammatory condition

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    49.00 a week 196 per month. That’s based on a pack a day. So if you share your cigarettes your burden is greatly increased. If you have car payment insurance, credit cards, and rent to pay, cigarette smoking contributes to the monthly burden substantially. 2. REASONS FOR STARTING THE HABIT IN THE FIRST PLACE .There are five developmental stages of smoking-first is the( preparatory stage) adolesents view smoking as having a useful propose; to appear mature, cope with stress, or fit in with

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    Tobacco-Free Arizona. Retrieved from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to(2013). Smoking and Tobacco Use. Health Effects of Secondhand Smoke. Retrieved from HealthMed, 2011. Relationship Between Prenatal Smoking and Respiratory Illness in Infants. Retrieved from References Arizona

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  • Smoking

    Today, nearly a billion people on earth smoke cigarettes. Many have tried to stop, and they, too, find that smoking can be extremely difficult to give up. In the United States, four out of fives smokers say they want to “kick the habit”; each year fewer than one in ten succeeds. To see why, it is necessary to understand the effects of tobacco’s most powerful ingredient: nicotine. Nicotine is an alkaloid poison found in tobacco leaves that defends the plant against insect attack. Nicotine affects

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    CIGAR-SMOKING HARMS Despite increases in cigar smoking, especially among youth, cigars are often overlooked by legislators and other policymakers who mistakenly believe that cigars are “not that harmful” compared to cigarettes and deserve special treatment. But cigars are addictive and deadly – causing lung cancer, other cancers, heart attacks and more – and they are often marketed in a wide variety of kid-friendly flavors. Cigar smokers also produce more secondhand smoke than cigarette smokers

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  • 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 for recreational drug use, as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such as nicotine and makes them available for absorption through the lungs. It can also be done as a part of rituals, to induce trances and spiritual enlightenment. The most common method of smoking today is through cigarettes, primarily industrially

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    Kailey Hilbert 12/4/13 S.Buchler Thank You for Smoking Today’s, labels, ads, and preachers tell us that smoking is harmful to our bodies, yet people continue to smoke. In the film, Thank You for Smoking, Nick Naylor works for the tobacco industry; his company forces him to uses his talking skills to argue how cigarettes are really not as bad as what everyone believes. At times, Naylor is ambiguous about what he does, advocating for a product that is known to be bad for us. However, he

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    Ms. Taylor ENC 1101 November 5, 2013 Medical studies have shown that smoking not only leads to health problems for the smoker, but also for people that are close by. As a result of this, many believe that smoking should not be allowed in public places. Prohibiting smoking in certain public places would provide a healthy environment for non-smokers and children. Many people, including me, are not cigarette smokers. Most of us hate to inhale second-hand smoke emitted by smokers, so we often

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  • The Effects of Cigarettes Smoking

    Cigarette Smoking 1 The effects of cigarette smoking on the American public are of significant concern in America. This effect is harmful to the body’s major organs, causing many diseases and generally

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    INTRODUCTION Many people nowadays smoke cigarette even teenagers smoke. Some people have no idea about the chemical of a tobacco and what it can cause to a human body. This paper is intended to give the readers an idea of the factors that trigger cigarette smoking amongst young generation of today, effects of cigarette, like cancer, heart disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. By reading this paper, a person can gain knowledge about the effects of smoking cigarette. So when a person reads this especially

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  • Cigarette Smoking in Parents Affect Children

    Cigarette smoking in parents can affect the development of their children. Nowadays, more and more people start to smoke. It is a great problem of humanity, but there is greater problem. Smoke which exhaled by smoker or burning directly from cigarette causes many problems. Actually, some parents smoke cigarettes, so their children are at increased risk for a number of health problems and can start to smoke. Although parents can protect their children from secondhand smoke, if they choose not to

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  • Smoking Cigarettes

    Many people start smoking because their friends and family members do- it is a social event. However, people get addicted to smoking, so it is difficult to quit. Many companies have introduced what is called E-cigarettes, which are considered less effective on people’s health, but people can get addicted even to E-cigarettes. People think that E-cigarettes are better than the regular cigarettes, and they will be better for their health, relationships, and the environment. E-cigarettes are better than

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  • Smoking

    It is smoking? It is killing many people? Why, would you want to smoke, if it causes so many dead people have all kinds of excuses for that question, Some of which include: “I’m stressed out”, “I need to lose weight”, and “I just want to fit in”. Would you want to die because you wanted to lose weight, you felt stressed, or you just want to be cool? There are many reasons why you should not-start smoking and why you should stop smoking now. II. Backgroud of the study Smoking is an adaptive

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    interesting patterns emerge when analysing the reasons why men and women smoke, their motivations to stop, the process of stopping smoking and the barriers they face. It is important to understand these differences so that effective smoking cessation strategies can be developed. Most important are the different psychological and physical dependencies men and women have on their smoking. This offers some new insights into smokers and their experiences, this time from a gender perspective as well as age group

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    think that smoking is a sign of coolness, but in fact it just damages the health. For a long time, researchers have been researching on cigarettes to find out what ingredients are contained in them. Cigarettes contain nicotine which is an addictive substance that makes smokers feel hard to quit. Smoking is not only a bad habit but also wastes money. Therefore, smoking is considered as the destruction of health. First of all, smoking damages the lungs, the heart and causes other diseases, in addition;

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  • Cigarette

    Using cigarette can cause you a different disease like; Increased heart rate and blood pressure, coronary heart Disease, arteriosclerosis, chronicbronchitis, emphysema,Asthma, cough, colds, tuberculosis and lung cancer. Please, avoid smoking to have a healthy lifestyle. #3RDYEARSILVER. Using cigarette can cause you a different disease like; Increased heart rate and blood pressure, coronary heart Disease, arteriosclerosis, chronicbronchitis, emphysema,Asthma, cough, colds, tuberculosis

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  • Cigarette Smoking Should Not Be Banned

    Bethany Johnson Racquel Smith ENC 1101 10/21/2014 Cigarette Smoking Should Not Be Banned Every time one of those anti-smoking commercials come on tv, it’s always questionable about how people can still continue to smoke after seeing something so graphic. Especially the one where the woman is in the bathroom, and her face starts to basically peel off. So gross! Why would someone still want to smoke, knowing that it completely destroys their body? Maybe, because people know that those commercials

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  • The Negative Effects of Smoking Cigarettes

    Why Smoking Cigarettes Should Be Considered a Drug Mathew Wright ECPI University Why Smoking Should Be Considered a Drug Smoking cigarettes was once viewed as fashionable throughout the majority of the last century. Smoking was glamorized with beautiful woman though history. The most iconic is Marilyn Monroe. Others such as the Marlboro man who was a handsome cowboy on his steed, and I still haven’t forgotten the smooth stylish camel that could bring the cool to any party. Those times are

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    Cigarette Smoking Elsie Mar HCS/457 February 16, 2015 Lindsay Cogan Cigarette Smoking Cigarette smoking has been documented as the leading cause of preventable illness and death in the United States. Smoking kills nearly 500,000 people each year, thus leaving many individuals with severe health problems, ultimately resulting in serious illnesses. While tobacco use remains an issue; public policies and education have been implemented to help discourage the use of smoking in our society.

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    Word Count 863 Where There’s Smoke, There’s…Disease? Smoking is a dangerous habit that can lead to an array of health related problems. Some of the effects may not be noticeable at first, but in many cases it can lead disabilities and shortened life span. Smoking is one of the most dangerous habits to form. It causes a multitude of harmful diseases, many of which are deadly. The reason most people claim they smoke is to relieve stress. However, studies have proven that stress levels in smokers

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  • Cigarette Smoking and Ways to Decrease Dependence

    Smoking Cigarettes DRUGS & SOCIETY FINAL PROJECT Introduction Tobacco use remains a global epidemic with the US being among the affected nations. A century ago, smoking cigarettes was not prime cause of ailment or death in America, and lung cancer instigated by cigarette smoking was fiction in the past 100 years. It is now among the principal cause of deaths in the US. Statistics shows that smoking is responsible for approximately 443,000 deaths in America

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    EFFECTS OF SMOKING The World Health Organization defines smoking as an addiction activities. Smoking is a habit that favored some people in this modern age.Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes, and cigars. Casual smoking is the act of smoking only occasionally, usually in a social situation or to relieve stress. A smoking habit is a physical addiction to tobacco products. Many health experts now regard habitual smoking as a psychological addiction

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    Smoking I don’t agree on smoking. Because it's harmful to health, also causes addiction and dependence on nicotine. Smoking leads to lung cancer, heart disease, strokes, asthma and wide variety of other diseases. Smokers experience more coughs and colds as compared to non-smokers. One of the main reasons for quitting smoking is its detrimental effect on our teeth. Smoking causes the destruction of tooth enamel, bad breath and disturbed of oral microflora. Also you have an increased risk of lung

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  • Smoking

    Smoking has been very popular throughout the years all over the world. It’s quite common to see people smoke cigarettes on the street and other nonpublic areas. Smoking has been seen in the movies, TV shows and so forth, from which we could see how commonly it is applied in human behavior and life habit. I wouldn’t be surprised if my dad or uncle smokes, and from what I’ve noticed, the population of women that smoke increases nowadays. So here comes the question, why do people smoke cigarettes? Don’t

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  • Should Smoking Cigarette Be Illegal?

    Should Cigarette Smoking be Made Illegal? Name Institution Date A cigarette is a small cylinder like filled with cut tobacco leaves and rolled in a paper and ignited for smoking. In most countries, tobacco smoking is legal due to the businesses motives and also the people who are addicted. They cannot do without it. It has immense consequences, and it should, therefore, be illegal from the effects to the smokers, passive smokers and all the human beings due to the pollution of the environment

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    Smoking? I do not understand why people can put something that is so damaging into their bodies. Do people even think about what it can do to themselves and their surroundings, and how many chemicals there are in a cigarette? Smoking is a really bad habit and has become very common and fashionable among teenagers and young boys and girls. Smoking usually begins at school when students discover new things and its not only smoking, sometimes it is drugs too. Even though doctors warn against smoking

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  • The Effect of Cigarette Prices on Youth Smoking

    Differential Effects of Cigarette Price on Youth Smoking Intensity 1Department of Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago 2Health Research and Policy Centers, University of Illinois at Chicago 3Health Economics Program, National Bureau of Economic Research ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Support for this research was provided by grants from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (ImpacTeen – A Policy Research Partnership to Reduce Youth Substance Use) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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    Cigarette Smoking Cigarette Smoking Compounds produced by tobacco and additives creates a complex mixture that can is deadly to human beings. The smoke from cigarettes contain tar which is made up of 4000 chemicals and 60 known carcinogenic chemicals causing heart and lung disease to include emphysema. The ingredients found in a cigarette smoke that not contain poisonous gases such as nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, cyanide, benzene, formaldehyde, Methanol (wood alcohol), Acetylene (fuel

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    Smoking in China Smoking in China is prevalent, as China is the world's largest consumer and producer of tobacco: there are 350 million Chinese smokers, and China produces 42% of the world's cigarettes. The China National Tobacco Corporation (中国国家烟草公司) is by sales the largest single manufacturer of tobacco products in the world and boasts a monopoly in Mainland China generating between 7 and 10% of government revenue. Within the Chinese guanxi system, tobacco is still a ubiquitous gift

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    SMOKING VS. ALCOHOLISM 1 Smoking vs. Alcoholism Lori Duncan Everest University SMOKING VS. ALCOHOLISM 2 Smoking is more dangerous than anyone might think. People don't realize how many chemicals are in cigarettes that are dangerous to people. There are over 4,000 chemicals

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    Smoking is a practice in which a substance, most commonly tobacco or cannabis, is burned and the smoke is tasted or inhaled. This is primarily practised as a route of administration for recreational drug use, as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such as nicotine and makes them available for absorption through the lungs. The most common method of smoking today is through cigarettes, primarily industrially manufactured but also hand-rolled from loose tobacco and rolling paper. Tobacco

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    Smoking isn't good for someone's body. Especially, if that person has been smoking a pack of cigarette a day, and for a long period of time; but what are the physical effects of smoking on your body? The effects of smoking varies, and it will depend on a person's vulnerability to the chemical(be specific about these chemicals) in the cigarette or tobacco. It will also depend on the number of cigarette sticks a person smokes per day, the age when the person first started to smoke, and the number

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    I am sure that you know that smoking harms your body. Then why do you continue smoking? Maybe you do it because you haven’t really become conscious about all the effects that smoking has. There are a lot of reasons why you shouldn’t smoke. Some of them are that smoking affects your health, that you spend a lot of money on cigarettes, and that when you smoke you are not respecting people around you. There is every reason to consider tobacco smoking the most harmful of bad habits, since it adversely

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  • Addiction of Cigarette Smoking

    Caraga State University Ampayon, Butuan City ADDICTION OF CIGARETTES SMOKING INSIDE THE CSU CAMPUS Mucram, Jamael C. 09070123796 Jhon Mark C. Gomez, Anchie G. Ruperto,Bompat Tagupa, Eunilyn R. Villafañe, Junalyn G. Cuevas, Kate Ariane A.   I. Introduction a. Definition Nicotine is one of more than 4,000 chemicals found in the smoke from tobaccoproducts;it is the primary component that acts on the brain. Smokeless tobacco products(for example,snuffand chewing tobacco)

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  • Start Smoking Electronic Cigarettes Outline for Persuasive Speech

    The E-Cig WHY CIGARETTES ARE BAD… It is only common sense that smoking is bad for us. Not only is cigarette smoking one of the most avoidable causes of poor health and death in our world today. But “smoking puts your friends and family at risk. Approximately 50,000 adult non-smokers die each year from second hand smoke alone, 3,000 of which die from lung cancer.” (NIDA/ Did you know that smoking is the leading cause of death in the United States “approximately 443,000 deaths

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    Is There a Middle Ground on the Issue of Smoking? Tobacco smoking first started sometime in the 1400s invented by natives of the Bahamas Islands (“A brief history of smoking - Cancer Council NSW,” 2011). Instead of having a paper rolled cigarette; they had pipes. One end of the pipe was filled with burning tobacco leaves, and at the other end of the pipe was where the smoke was inhaled. Many people all over the world today have taken to this habit; worldwide, there are approximately one billion

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    | |…….. / ……. / 20 |Date Returned |…………………………… |Signature | Faculty of Business Studies Title of the Project (Smoking) Prepared By Marwa Imad Haydous Presented To Dr. Hasan Al Ali ID Number: 080340 Course: T205-B (Systems Thinking & Practices) Section: 418 TMA Number: 02 Semester: Spring 2010 Date: May 01, 2010

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  • Cigarette Smoking

    Cigarette Smoking The effects of cigarette smoking can be horrifying. Smoking is dangerous not only to those who smoke, but to non-smokers and unborn children as well. Cigarette smoking is also physically and socially harming. The large particles in cigarette smoke, commonly known as "tar", collect in the branching points of the lungs. The tar contains carcinogenic compounds that increase the risk of lung cancer. The small particles in cigarette smoke, including carcinogens, irritants, and corrosive

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    NAIROBI D.H.O. KWAMANGA, J.A. ODHIAMBO and E.I. AMUKOYE ABSTRACT Objectives: To determine the prevalence of smoking and investigate factors that may influence smoking behaviour in secondary school students in Nairobi. Design: Cross-sectional survey in which a self-administered questionnaire was issued to the students. Setting: Sampled public and private secondary schools in Nairobi. Participants: All the students in the selected secondary schools were included in the study. Results: Five

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  • Smoking

    The reasons why smoking is dangerous and unadvisable are vast. It is important that smokers learn to avoid the practice because it slowly affects their health negatively and may lead to death eventually. Majority of the systems in the human body are affected by continuous smoking of cigarettes and other drugs. Usually, smoking involves inhaling of puffs of smokes of such things as tobacco and other drugs which have some effects on an individual. The person may be doing this as he seeks pleasure,

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    scientific research has proved that smoking is injurious to health. Smoke is unhealthy and suffocating. It pollutes the environment. There are two types of smokers - active and passive. The person who smokes is active and other who are near to him and inhale the smoke are passive smokers. Both are equally affected by the ill effects of smoking. Smokers and non-smokers meet at many places like offices, buses, hotels, etc. So, considering the bad effects of smoking on individual's health, environment

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    Unit 2 Project: Banning Smoking in Public Anne Smith Kaplan University CM220-03 Professor Johnson December 7, 2010 Banning Smoking in Public The “Big Idea” I have decided to tackle is “nation-wide public smoking bans.” My working thesis statement is “Exposure to cigarette smoke is a serious public health risk. Therefore, it should be banned in all public places, nation-wide.” While I know this proposal is controversial, I think the thesis statement is concise and effective

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    whiff of cigarette smoke? These people must be so addicted to nicotine that they can’t stay away from the cigarette for an entire meal. Some restaurants have smoking and non- smoking areas but does that even make sense since smoke travels through air. Smoking areas must be enclosed, don’t you think? For the life of me, I do not understand why people should need to smoke in the first place. There is nothing good that comes out of it. You stand the risk of contracting coronary heart disease, mouth and

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