Causes and problems with teenagers smoking Most teenagers causes for using Tobacco comes from the way he or she was raised and what type of media he or she might have seen on a daily basis. With our society there are a lot of commercials that promotes smoking, and a lot of celebrity use of Tobacco. Other reasons for teens to smoke are; Peer pressure, the idea that smoking will make he or she thinner, and of course there are those who believe it sends a message of adulthood or a signal of rebellion from parents and other adult figures. A big issue that comes from teenage-smoking is a bad health. At some point many of them will develop lung cancer or other diseases which will not only affect them, but also society in economic ways. There is also the whole getting in trouble with the law part to consider. When a child is on the way to becoming an adult he or she will be very easy to influence which often leads to bad decisions for example smoking. If a teenager is in an environment where smoking is looked at as being acceptable, like if on or maybe both parents were regular smokers, it can become difficult for the teenager to see anything bad about smoking. In reality shows we see a rich celebrity whose biggest problem is to figure out which BMW to drive, we see actors, musicians and successful people whose life seems very sweet and they are all smoking. When parents don’t give their children a very good reason not to smoke and really educate them about the dangers, there is nothing holding them back. In teenage society smoking is a symbol of success in many ways; It makes you thin, it makes you rich and cool, it makes you accepted and it gives you all the respect you need. The only reason why smoking is neither law nor in most groups social approved is the health issues it brings with. When a teenager picks up a smoke…
holes on the filter by your fingers, confuse laboratory-smoking machines, but not people. Smokers who switch to lower tar brands compensate with larger, faster, deeper inhalations, and by smoking more cigarettes. The collected data from a million people shows that those who smoke low tar and “ultra-light” cigarettes get lung cancer at the same rate as people who smoke “normal” cigarettes. They are also, surprisingly, less likely to give up smoking.
Second of all, Smokers are more likely to get cancer…
Smoking Child: A Rhetorical Analyses
Typically when an anti-smoking advertisement is played on the radio or a television station, most people continue watching without comprehending the message. The data becomes overlooked, and isn’t relevant. But for those who smoke, it provokes an immediate thought. These commercials tend to grab the smoking viewer for a fraction of a minute, reminding them the immediate and long term dangers. These commercials tend to set a weighted item on their conscious…
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Eng 101 Cigarette Smoking
Cigarette smoking is not an appealing thing to do for someone who is wanting to look and feel beautiful, gorgeous or sexy. It is the leading the cause of lung cancer in the United States, and is responsible for claiming the lives of individuals from all age groups. Smoking not only can cause lung cancer, it also represents bad hygiene to your peers. I never dream of being up close and personal with someone with…
hypothesis and what I’ll be talking about in the essay.
1. P – That smoking rates have decreased between 1980 and 2004
E – The government has introduced anti-smoking campaigns and smoking taxes
E – National Tobacco Campaign
L – Even though smoking rates are decreasing, there is a clear difference between types of workers
2. P – That different classes of workers have different rates of smoking
E – Blue collar workers suffer more stress than white collar workers
E – Blue collar…
Ban Smoking in America
Americans waste billions of dollars each year on tobacco products. Other drugs that are harmful, such as crack or marijuana, are illegal in the United States. If certain harmful substances are illegal, then cigarettes should not be permitted either. Smoking cigarettes are a proven killer of millions worldwide annually, but is perfectly legal.
Cigarettes have a large affect on society in the area of environmental problems it carries with it. Smoking obviously pollutes the…
How to Break A Smoking Habit.
In our society, there are still many of people who are smoking cigarettes. If you
smoke, you already know you need to quit. How can you break a smoking habit?
It’s bad for your heart, lungs, brain, and even your sex life, but quitting isn’t easy.
If a your loved one wants to break a smoking habit, what will you tell them?
Quitting smoking can be simple if you’re following these directions.
The first step is prepares to quit smoking by setting a date…
10 October 2014
Reiss, Dan. "SmokeRing - Proposed Smoking Ban Ignites Debate in NYC." SmokeRing - Proposed Smoking Ban Ignites Debate in NYC. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Nov. 2014.
In this article by Dan Reiss he speaks about how smokers have a right to smoke and that right should not be taken away with from them. He gives his own personal experiences on how people are starting to treat smokers. Smoking Bans are quickly becoming a big issue with smoking causing lung cancer…
Should Smoking be banned in Public Space?
Good morning, my name is Jason and today I will be arguing on the topic of whether smoking should be banned in public places. I’m going to start out by saying a firm yes! I believe any person, child or adult should be able to walk down the street without being victim to this hazardous smoke, without question!
Smoking is a risk factor of many health issues from cancer to a heart attack or stroke. So I think it is sad that when someone in a public space…
elderly age. Tobacco remains one of the most addictive substances legally available in the world. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States; it causes more than 480,000 deaths each year in the United States. Smoking is addictive, it causes death and sickness such as cancer to both active and passive smokers and waste of money, I believe smoking should be illegal and ban.
Smoking affects the population in many ways. It affects smokers' health. Secondhand smoke affects others…
My Thoughts on Smoking
Cigarette smoking is a habit that kills more than million of people per year. It is surprisingly being picked up by children every day. Smoking has become popular all communities. The number of young smokers have been increased in most high schools and even middle schools. Most youth and teenagers are smoking because they think it is cool. Most of their friends are smoking and this influences children to smoke.
Smoking is one of the worst things youth…