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    child as well. What a mother ingests is what her growing fetus ingests through her umbilical cord; the life line from the mother to the precious innocent life she holds so dear. The goal of this paper is to give some insight on the use of cigarette smoking in pregnancy. Let’s begin with a short history of what was previously called Nicotiana. Today it is known to humans as Tobacco. Tobacco has been in existence prior to Pre-Columbian America (900 – 1500) when it was first discovered as an herb

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    Smoking Cigarettes

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    Why Smoking Cigarettes Should be Illegal Smoking cigarettes should be illegal due to the vast amount of annual deaths it causes. Smoking produces 10 times the amount of pollution that a diesel car exhaust would. This shows that not only are humans and animals affected by smoking, our environment is greatly damaged by the amount of pollution smoking creates. Smoking is something that people usually get addicted to, like a drug.This drug can cause many diseases such as lung cancer. Not only can it

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    Cigarette Smoking

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    Cigarette smoking causes about one of every five deaths in the United States each year (CDC 1). Tobacco has been in America’s society for hundreds of years but has become a major problem in the 21st century because of the harsh problems it carries. Tobacco use is starting to affect everyone. Every day, large amounts of Americas youth are being introduced to cigarettes and other tobacco related products. The number of teen smokers is rising and even non-smokers are now being affected. Steps need to

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    Cigarette Smoking Satire

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    on the taxes involving cigarettes. To me as a non smoker it makes sense and I am for it, taxes help the governments budget and other areas. However one must begin to wondered the effects taxes on one of the biggest markets in the United States have, for those who do smoke and those who enjoy an, excuse my banter, but live shaver. It should seem obvious that when a tax on any item is increased that it will agitate the part of the population that enjoys that item or

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    Tobacco cigarette smoking includes various physical associations such as hand and mouth motions, suckling, and taking cigarette breaks (Oh & Kacker, 2014). According to Patrounova, 2015, in comparison to other forms of nicotine replacement therapies, Electronic cigarettes satisfy smokers’ needs to fulfill certain smoking rituals. Electronic cigarettes may be able to quench certain urges and cravings due to its design, which can also assist in fulfilling the habitual dependence of smokers (Patrounova

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    Smoker vs. Non-Smoker: Evaluating The Effects of Cigarette Smoking Cigarette smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the U.S. The use of tobacco products such as cigars, pipes, hookahs, bidis, and kreteks have proven to develop various health effects. It has been linked to the following medical conditions: • Aortic aneurysms • bronchitis • cancer of the lip or mouth • cancer of the stomach • cancer of the urinary bladder • cervical cancer • emphysema • esophagus (food pipe) • heart

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    Cigarette smoking kills more than 480,000 Americans each year, with more than 41,000 of those deaths coming from secondhand smoke. Despite those daunting numbers, children below the age of 18 are continuing to smoke cigarettes. The legal age to buy cigarettes is 18 in all 50 states. “I never really saw a big difference about smoking when I was 16 compared to now being 21,” said Fran Gresko an active smoke who started when he was 15 years young. “I was more afraid of my parents finding out than

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    Cigarette smoking is one of the strong sources of killer diseases in the Philippines and other countries worldwide. Young and adult men and women are engaged in smoking due to cases such as peer pressure, poor religious beliefs, stress, etc. As the trend ascends, harmful effects on one’s health rises directly. In order to lessen the motivation of smoking, countries implement laws. One of the ways to inform and to make Filipinos hesitate, if not, quit smoking is through the graphic health warnings

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    Why smoking is awful. Cigarettes have been around since the late 1800’s. Over that time, they have been perceived as this trend setting drug that will make you super cool. Their advertisements convince the buyers that they would make you more appealing to the other sex, more interesting, and a better person if you would start smoking, and that for the most part has kept up to this day. However, thankfully to awareness advertisements we have become more informed on how dangerous cigarettes really

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    Dangers of Smoking Cigarettes are everywhere. They’re sold in almost every gas station, pharmaceutical store, and even ordinary grocery stores in the United States. Cigarettes have endorsements from celebrities, big tobacco companies, advertised on billboards, and through commercials. Smoking is a problem because it causes diseases which cost billions of dollars a year in healthcare. It is also the leading cause of diseases and deaths in the US. Smoking cigarettes is an unhealthy habit that unfortunely

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