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Moth Smoke, by Mohsin Hamid - Though it is common practice to “never judge a book by its cover”, oftentimes the cover will give a glimpse of what is to come. In literal terms, the cover of the book contains the title, perhaps one of the most important pieces of information about any literary work. Frequently the title will give an indication about the main character, or perhaps the leading metaphor. Thus is the case with Moth Smoke by Mohsin Hamid, a novel about a banker in Lahore, Pakistan who falls in love with his best friend’s wife, and plummets into a difficult lifestyle....   [tags: moth smoke, mohsin hamid]
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Smoke Signals: Opening a New and Better Past - In the movie Smoke Signals, based on a collection of short stories by Sherman Alexie, a young man named Victor must change his ways of thought or be consumed by the rage, sorrow, and depression of his father leaving his mom and him alone on the Coeur d’ alene Indian reservation in Idaho. Numerous years later Victor’s father is reported to have died in his trailer in Phoenix, Arizona. Victor must collect his father’s remains and bring them home. As you read this you will see that this trip will change Victor for the greater good....   [tags: Smoke Signals, ] 666 words
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The Meaning of Smoke - The Meaning of Smoke Sometimes people feel that things are better left unsaid. Such is the case in Chris Avellone's, smoke, which tells the story of two friends who have a good relationship until one speaks the truth that both had been hiding. The smoke in the essay can be looked at as a veil that is concealing the true feelings of the two characters. The setting, which is in a smoke filled bar, can be looked at as a secret hide away that the two friends go to. It is when Kyle starts to bring what is really going on that the conflict starts....   [tags: Smoke Essays] 811 words
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Contaminated Air: Secondhand Smoke - Did you know that you could easily be a victim of breathing toxic fumes and having cancer. As of right now, countless people are being poisoned from the effects of second hand smoking. Many people have heard or seen the effects of smoking and yet they still do it. In this case, it’s not about them but about us. There should be certain areas where smokers can go that won’t affect others because it’s a nuisance and cause unrepairable damage to everyone. Have you ever tried catching your breath inhaling something unexpected....   [tags: Contaminated Air, second hand smoke, ]
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Should Parents Be Allowed to Smoke Around Their Children? - ... Passive smoking is when someone inhales the mixture of smoke that comes from the burning end of tobacco products, such as a cigarette, and is also the smoke exhaled by a smoker. This mixture of smoke is called “environmental smoke.” Environmental smoke contains more than 4,000 harmful substances and 40 of them are known to cause cancer. Although environmental smoke seems like less of a risk than mainstream smoke, which is inhaled by an active smoker, many of the substances are the same harmful toxins....   [tags: secondhand smoke, tobacco risks]
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Should We Worry About Thirdhand Smoke? - Most of us already know about the dangers of smoking and inhaling secondhand smoke. But now, new findings reveal that we are not safe from carcinogens coming from tobacco, just because we do not inhale visible smoke directly. Scientist have found that residual nicotine, as well as other chemicals, left on various surfaces long after cigarette smoke has been cleared from the air, consists of thirdhand smoke. This mixture of toxic chemicals continue to float in the air, cling to clothes, hair, carpets, furniture and most surfaces, and pose a threat to health even when the smoker has left the room....   [tags: second hand smoke, smoking]
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Analysis og Smoke-Free Laws and Policies - Introduction: On December 21, 1994, the New York City Council voted on a weakened Smoke Free Air Act (Restaurants seating under 35, and the bar areas of restaurants were given exceptions). Despite unprecedentedly massive petition and fax campaign by the National Smokers Association, the measure passed 36-8. The Smoke-Free Air Act was signed into law by Mayor Giuliani on January 10, 1995, and took effect on April 10, 1995. Since then the moot issue has received attention by most of the people who have different perspectives on the issue....   [tags: smoke free, smoking, cigarettes]
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Marshal Dylan: A Typical Law Man in Gun Smoke - There are many characteristics that become standard for the typical "law man." However while listening to a few episodes of Gun Smoke the characteristics of a law man is very well distinguished. The typical law man portrays a character all of his own differing from that of anybody else. In the episodes of Gun Smoke, Matt Dylan is the Marshal of Dodge City, Kansas. Through the character of Marshal Dylan the idea of the law man is portrayed. Dylan seems to act out the part of Marshall in three different circumstances....   [tags: Gun Smoke]
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Comparing the Personality of Matt Dillon throughout Three Episodes of Gun Smoke - In this essay I am going to compare the personality of Matt Dillon throughout three episodes of Gun Smoke. Matt Dillon is the sheriff of Dodge City and throughout these three episodes, with the help of this trustee companion Chester (The Deputy), he is able maintain the law and keep peace in the turbulent town of Dodge City. Matt Dillon right from the start of "Loch invar" demonstrates that he has a rough hard personality. With his harsh quick responses to whomever he meets, to some extent makes him seem unfriendly and unsociable to whomever he is talking to....   [tags: Gun Smoke] 780 words
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To Smoke or Not to Smoke in Public - To Smoke or Not To Smoke in Public People have strong feelings concerning smoking in public places. Whether you are in favor of or in opposition to it, smoking in public places is a serious concern that need be addressed. I agree that it is unjust for smokers not to be allowed to smoke where they choose, but it is even more unreasonable for non smokers to be subjected to breathing in the exhaled smoke form someone else(passive smoking). Not to mention second-hand smoke is actually worse for someone than smoking itself....   [tags: Health ]
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Analysis of Sherman Alexie's The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and Smoke Signals - Analysis of Sherman Alexie's 'The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven' and 'Smoke Signals'      Sherman Alexie based on some short stories included in his book, 'The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven,' wrote the screenplay for the movie 'Smoke Signals.' Both the movie and the book portray problems that Indians had to deal with, and how they dealt with it. The book is far more complex than the movie, showing a wider variation of characters facing different situations.      In the movie there is Victor, the main character, which tries to be the typical Indian, or maybe just a typical man....   [tags: Alexie Lone Ranger Smoke Signals Essays]
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Smoke and Alarms - ... I raced toward the window , behind me I could hear the leader yelling, “I'm fine you fools, She getting away,” I was five feet away, now three, now two. Then crash. I fell hard scraping my chin on the wooden floor. Looking back I saw a young guard holding onto my ankle, my expression must've been sour because his face turned frightful, feeling no pity, I brought my heel down hard onto his face. I felt the bones give way under my foot and scrambled to my feet. The guards were almost upon me, I leaped ontot the window and there I crouched....   [tags: personal narrative] 1426 words
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The Smoke Free Legislation of the UK - ... As per CDC report (2014) in 2005 smoking prevalence in low income women was 26.9% as compare to 17.6% in high income and trend was same in 2012 with 29.9% and 20.6% prevalence, respectively. Sampling population selection is from the target group with very high prevalence. The population used to draw sample which is target population and is best for this study. There is limitation of this study in establishing control. Author mentioned that control (mothers) received usual nutritional counselling and brief advice to quit smoking and not expose their children to environmental tobacco smoke....   [tags: environment, public health, risk] 2069 words
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Up in Smoke: Effects of Maijuana - ... What physical affects does marijuana have on the body during intoxication of the drug. A few minutes after inhaling the first puff of marijuana, an individual’s heart rate speeds up, the bronchial tubes began to relax and enlarge, and blood vessels in the eyes began to enlarge to make the eyes appear red. The heart rate—normally 70 to 80 beats per minute—may increase by 20 to 50 beats per minute, or may even double in some cases. The drug can impair your short-term memory, balance, coordination, and your psyche....   [tags: drug, recreational, medical] 637 words
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How to Smoke a Hookah - Before you purchase any of the items you need to smoke hookah, you may want know what hookah is. Hookah is the term used when all elements used to smoke are combined. What exactly are you smoking. The flavored tobacco put into your hookah is referred to as shisha. “Shisha is the very moist and sticky tobacco that has been soaked in honey or molasses.” (Kamal, 2014) It’s a lot different from smoking cigarettes due to the fact that it is wet and it’s not lit, but heated with a coal. You don’t want to smoke too much because of the side effects....   [tags: tobacco, pipe, chemicals] 758 words
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Secondhand Smoke Equals Danger - Secondhand smoke equals danger. Second hand smoke is when the person next to an individual is inhaling all the smoke from a person who is smoking. Second hand smoke is very common in the United States. When you walk in the streets, you pass by a lot of smokers with kids and adults around them. They seem to not care about the fact that it is harmful to children and adults. The government also spends more money on selling cigarettes than they do on preventing smoking (CBS news staff, 2012). People who smoke not only make it bad for children but also make it worse for themselves too....   [tags: cigarettes, SIDS, smoking]
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The Smoke Free Policy - As businesses transition into a smoke free work place, the total environment is condemned smoke free. Twenty years ago, restaurants allowed customers to smoke, where as now that smoke free policy has risen there are almost no restaurants or bars that allow smoking in the building. The majority of a restaurant’s customers are non smokers; therefore the income of customers would increase because non smokers would not have to worry about second hand smoke. Based on Zagat’s Release of 2008 America’s top restaurants survey, “ The 2008 Zagat Survey “ America’s Top Restaurants of 132,000 Americans noted that “The verdict on smoking is overwhelming with seventy seven percent of diners saying they’d...   [tags: tobacco, restaurants, e-cigarettes]
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When the Smoke Clears - ... Many people started to sue the industry for medical reimbursement. Mississippi was the first state to sue tobacco industries in the hope that they would be responsible for smokers Medicaid bills. Tobacco is big business and like all big business it has incredible resources when backed against a wall. Now in the modern age, tobacco related products are regulated by the FDA along with having multiple warning labels on the packaging. Federal taxes are raised for tobacco and many States follow that example....   [tags: tobacco, health, lawsuit] 1152 words
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Smoke in the Air - The Smoke in the Air Marijuana is probably the most debatable plant in history. It has been around for millennia in various forms and uses. However, it’s known mostly as a drug. In the Americas, its beginnings can be traced back almost 456 years when the Spanish first brought it with them in 1545 (Levinthal). Cannabis sativa or marijuana, as it’s commonly known, is commercially valuable in the production of hemp rope, crude cloth, twine, shoes, sailcloth and containers (Levinthal, Keese). Notably, marijuana can be also be utilized in the development of medicines to ease a number of modern-day aliments....   [tags: essays research papers] 1520 words
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Smoke Signals - The movie Smoke Signals is based on the series of short stories written by Sherman Alexie. Just like any movie, there is a meaning to it. Before this movie, when I thought of the phrase "Native American" I thought of things like feathers and societies that were impeccable. But after watching the movie, Smoke Signals, it portrays what being a Native American really means. It is not all fun and games. The protagonist, Victor Joseph, has many hard aspects of his life, but throughout it all he grows mentally....   [tags: Movie Review, Film Review] 782 words
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Effects and Causes of Second Hand Smoke - With a puff a day, one will be seeing the doctor every day. Cigarettes are like buying death sticks, which slowly kills one by opening the doors for chronic diseases, for example mouth and lung cancer. Smoke does not only affect the first-hand smoker, but also the people who are inhaling the smoke. In 2004, six hundred and three thousand deaths were caused by second-hand smoke, which is about 1.0% of worldwide mortality (Inandi). Smoking in public exposes a variety of people whose age very from young to old and infirm to the smoke of cigarettes when they are outside....   [tags: smoking, cigarettes, tobacco]
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Environmental Tobacco Smoke - Results of several researches have proven that concentrations of tobacco smoke in outdoor areas possess the risk to individuals, kids and the environment. Even cigarette butts are equally hazardous for environment and many creatures, especially in sea. Cigarette filters are the single most picked up thing in international beach cleaning every annum. Smoking ban can benefit in several ways – from saving of lives, the prevention of disability, to a dramatic decline in health care costs – majority of which are carried by nonsmokers who otherwise are impelled to pay exaggerated health insurance premiums and higher taxes....   [tags: Smoking] 1095 words
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Electronic Cigarettes: The Alternative Way to Smoke - Electronic Cigarettes: The Alternative Way to Smoke Once again man is faced with the age old question to smoke or not to smoke. Today, I feel that isn’t the question that faces man. The question should be why smoke when one could vape. The use of battery-powered electronic cigarettes is growing across Europe and the United States because they allow users to inhale nicotine vapor without also ingesting tar and other cancer-causing substances present in traditional cigarettes (par. 2). Health experts are rightly worried that these devices might make it easy for teenagers to develop an addiction to nicotine, which can be toxic at high doses and impairs brain development in children....   [tags: vape, nicotine vapor, tar, cancer]
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Continuing to Smoke while Lessening the Risk - One of the most notable challenges in today’s business operation is knowing the buying behavior of customers and how decision makers under peril provision value choices. Decision maker’s decision is based on the evaluation of the data being gathered from survey, interviews and other references regarding the topic. In compliance with this philosophy Cummings et. al (2004) conducted a study to appraise the cigarette purchase pattern of smokers in Erie and Niagara Countries. Based on their research, price can also be a great influence in smoking behavior....   [tags: smoking tendencies, e-cigarettes] 2011 words
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The Magic Smoke, Sparks, Programming, and Wire - As the prototype neared completion, with the finalization of the wiring, the group around it grew. The monumental task of flicking the power switch seemed to be within grasp. The netbook booted up, the wireless router started broadcasting, and the Ethernet cable was attached, one end to the portable computer, the other to the robot’s brain, its cRIO. As I found myself holding my breath, along with everyone else present, the room was so silent that the dying of a gnat could have sounded like thunder on a stormy night....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography] 717 words
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Cloud of Smoke - Cloud of Smoke How many people have been walking around in a public place, and been bombarded with a thick cloud of smoke surrounding them. The truth is, many of us have been in this situation. Rather or not if we like or dislike the fact, it happens. There is a way to prevent such an annoying and disruptive act. In light of this, cigarette smoking should be banned from all public places, such as restaurants, bars, clubs and even parks. Smoking is one of the worst human habits that a person can pick up....   [tags: Law] 974 words
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Summer and Smoke - Summer and Smoke Mr. Thomas Williams (Tennessee,) was born in Columbus, Mississippi to Cornelius Coffin and Edwina Dankin Williams, March 26 1911. Thomas' family moves to Missouri in 1918, and between the years of 1929 and 1939 Tennessee attends three different universities. After having written his first Blanche DuBois scene, from A Streetcar named Desire, in December of 1944, he took a few months break and wrote his first draft of Summer and Smoke. As a result, the character Alma is seen having a parallel to Blanche....   [tags: Performance Arts] 1461 words
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Up in Smoke - Up in Smoke Alarmingly, almost all smokers begin smoking before they graduate from high school ("Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People" 125). Smoking amongst children and teenagers has always been a controversial issue. Consequently cigarette companies are under fire from many directions for targeting the young in their ad campaigns. It is commonly wondered what actually makes them smoke. Recent studies have revealed that there might be more to it than simple curiosity. Some experts have even linked it to depression....   [tags: Smoking Tobacco Teenagers Essays]
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The Effects of Second Hand Smoke - The Effects of Second Hand Smoke Did you know that 3,000 American non-smokers will die this year from lung cancer. Those deaths are entirely preventable. Their lung cancer is caused by second hand smoke. Second hand smoke is smoke they have breathed in from other people's cigarettes. It is also known as involuntary or passive smoking. There is nothing passive however about the effects of this smoke. It is lethal and it is dangerous. It may give as many as 300,000 children under the age of one and half bronchitis and pneumonia....   [tags: Smoking Tobacco Health Lung Cancer Essays] 1182 words
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It Should NOT be a Crime to Smoke - It Should NOT be a Crime to Smoke Out in the cold, a lone member of society stands alienated from the rest of the world. A plume of smoke rises from her mouth; this is what sets her apart from the rest of the population, the fact that she smokes. In the last decade, this has been happening as people become staunchly more politically correct. It has almost become a crime to smoke in this country as the year’s progress. Is this right. Should smokers be treated this way, are they worse than the rest of society just because of their habit....   [tags: essays research papers] 904 words
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The Debate Concerning Secondhand Smoke - We all know that smoking poses a significant risk to our health. We can make an educated decision about whether or not to smoke, and if we do decide to smoke, we should be willing to accept any negative effects such as lung cancer and heart disease later in our lives. But what about exposure to secondhand smoke. At this point, we don’t always have a choice in exposure to the smoke of others. The Office of the Surgeon General (OGS) has documented a high level of exposure to secondhand smoke among nonsmoking adults and children in the United States....   [tags: Smoking In Public Places]
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The Effects of Secondhand Smoke - The Effects of Secondhand Smoke I went on the Internet and started surfing around until I found this web-site called www.no-smoker.org. This site is About Americans for Nonsmoker's Rights. The article I read was called "Things are changing". The issue is secondhand smoke is bad for your health. The argument here is that tobacco companies are saying that secondhand smoke is not bad for your health. In this essay I will talk about this controversial issue. There are many explicit premises in this article that I will examine....   [tags: Papers] 505 words
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Smoke, Cough, & Die: The Case for a Federal Ban on Cigarettes - Smoking is something that millions of Americans do every day and companies profit millions of dollars every year through the sales of cigarettes, but at what cost. Five dollars a pack for a cancered lung and a heart attack. A deadly addiction comparable to heroin or cocaine, cigarettes are the only product that efficiently kills more than five million people year -- one million in the Americas-- and is still legal. The damage that it causes does not surface until years later after habitual use. The government should issue a federal ban on cigarettes because of the adverse health effects.....   [tags: Health]
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Selfishness of Second Hand Smoke - Smoking is an age-old art that many partake in regularly. Smoking is a very expensive habit that can cause long-term problems for only a short-term gain of comfort. The surrounding non-smoking socialites must witness, experience, and live with the smoke day in and day out. According to the American Heart Foundation, 43.3 percent of American men and women indulge in tobacco consumption through smoke. The negative effects of the habit-forming substance crush the positive effects. This is on the borderline of an illegal addicting drug, but publicly allowed....   [tags: essays research papers] 681 words
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SMOKE CITY: A STORY OF REDEMPTION - INTRODUCTION The 21st century is an age of environmental awareness. We have commissions and agencies that measure our pollution in minutiae level parts per million. There is study after study of the affects of not only elemental health pollution, but also mental health pollution. Although there is no doubt of the importance of this era of hyper-awareness of this movement, it is a new phenomena in the spectrum of history. In the United States, a vanguard in environmental awareness has only seriously started legislating pollution controls for the protection of its citizens in the past thirty years....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Effects of Environmental Tobacco Smoke Among Children with Asthma - This paper will discuss the effects of Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) or known as Second Hand Smoke (SHM) among children. In addition, it will focuses on the how ETS becomes a problem for Children in American household as well as in other well developed nations. It will describe the effects that has among children living in contaminated environment by Second Hand Smoke. One of the health effects can be Asthma, which is provoked by their parents who smoke in their vicinity. Furthermore, there will be a discussion where as a public health practitioner trying to improve the health of these children and to educate their parents to lessen their cigarette consumption near children....   [tags: Health, Respiratory Desease]
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Young People Should not Smoke - Young people today experience a wide range of illicit substances at relatively easy access. Fake ID, getting someone older to purchase it for you, buying it off the streets, there are so many ways to possess illicit materials. But one, which affects young people in a very permanent and poisonous way, is smoking. Nature: Before one can delve into what effect smoking/cigarettes, have on the body you must understand what a cigarette contains. One cigarette contains over 4000 chemicals including some that cause cancer....   [tags: Argumentative Example Essays] 890 words
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E Cigarettes: Nicotine Without the Chemicals and the Smoke - A small, southern woman named Mary, who smoked tobacco cigarettes for twenty-two years, wanted something to help her to quit smoking. It’s 2014, Mary explores into the new excitement of technology, as a different modern from the 1963 version of smoking emerges. The new device, formally known as the Electronic Cigarette or E-Cigarette, had been labeled as a new avenue to prevent individuals from smoking. Mary only knew that it would be less harmful than a traditional cigarette. However, Mary was unaware of the fact that e-cigarettes were also destructive to the body....   [tags: battery powered devices, vaporized nicotine]
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Smoke Signals by Sherman Alexie - Smoke Signals by Sherman Alexie Smoke Signals is a movie written by Sherman Alexie and directed by Chris Eyre that deals with many social issues in modern Native American cultures. The film follows the journey of two Coeur d’Alene Indians, Victor and Thomas, as they travel from their reservation in Oregon to Phoenix, AZ in order to gather the personal artifacts of Victor’s father who has recently died. Along the way, Thomas helps Victor to understand and forgive his father, who left the family when Victor was a young boy....   [tags: Movies Native Americans History Papers] 2631 words
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Ban the Smoke! Moving Towards a Ban on Cigarettes - Banning the Smoke Smoking cigarettes has been a huge public health issue in America for many years. They should be banned for they’ve caused many people their lives. The United States government along with other countries like the UK have moved towards a ban on cigarette smoking in public places. Defender of this approach argue that smoking cigarettes cause health risks for non-smokers. This may lead to a major economic consideration for Tobacco is the second major cause of mortality in the world....   [tags: health, tobacco, carcinogens]
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Carlill v. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. - The ‘Carbolic Smoke Ball’ company was selling these self-proclaimed health enhancing and illness-curing products during and throughout the 1890’s, parallel to the catastrophic flu pandemic of it’s time. The smoke ball was a product created to flush out and prevent the illnesses that the company had outlined on their advertisement, providing they used it as stated in the advert. A brave and sales-enhancing campaign further stated that they were so confident of their product, that they would reward anybody who later contracted the mentioned illnesses £100....   [tags: contract law case]
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Eat Your Greens, Do Not Smoke Them - ... This can cause the child to have dramatically larger risks of serious health problems in the future. It is crucial that youth and teens are able to grow and develop their minds and bodies as best as possible. Unfortunately, youth in their pre-teen years who use the narcotic can interfere with this development because it can temporarily prevent puberty from occurring when it was designed to. It is crucial that the Canadian government protect the health of the nation. Although, health is a vital aspect of the controversy surrounding marijuana, the safety of individuals and their families is also at risk....   [tags: cannabis, current Canadian marijuana laws]
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Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company (1893) - Case in hand: Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company [1893] 1 QB 256; Court of Appeal, 1892 Dec. 6,7, LINDLEY, BOWEN and A. L. SMITH, L.JJ. The ‘Carbolic Smoke Ball’ company was selling self-proclaimed health enhancing and disease curing ‘Smoke Balls’ during and throughout the 1890’s. Whilst advertising the product, they professed that absolutely nobody who used their product in their recommended usage pattern would contract a list of diseases that the company had outlined. The brave and sales-enhancing campaign further claimed that they were so confident in their previous proclamations, that they would reward anybody who later contracted the mentioned diseases £100 compensation for such eve...   [tags: decision in court, contractual principles, court]
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Flame-Retardant Compounds Increase Smoke Production - Flame-retardant compounds are designed to decrease the flammability of polymeric materials but in many cases the presence of flame retardants in the polymeric materials increases smoke production and toxicity of degradation products. Smoke evolution and the degradation products, either particulate or gaseous is an important aspect of fire hazard. Smoke is defined as a cloud of particles individually invisible but due to light scattering and/or absorption of light, the particles appear opaque. It occurs due to incomplete combustion of the polymeric materials....   [tags: combustion, cotton, decomposition] 561 words
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Tobacco: The Cost-effectiveness of Current Smoke-free Policies - 1. Introduction Tobacco use constitutes a global epidemic that results in 5 million deaths each year (World Health Organization, 2008). If current trends in tobacco use continue, the number of tobacco-related deaths is expected to rise to 8 million deaths annually by 2030 – with 80 percent of these deaths taking place in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) (Mathers & Loncar, 2006). Currently, about 10 percent of the world’s smokers live in India (World Health Organization, 2008). The 2009-2010 Global Adult Tobacco Survey, a nationally representative household survey, found that 34.6% of adults over the age of 15 in India currently use tobacco (International Institute for Population Sc...   [tags: Social Issues, Legal Issues, Tobacco] 1303 words
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Smoke on the Mountain, Connie Ray and Alan Bailey - Smoke on the Mountain did an excellent job at utilizing each of the seven components of a play in the production of the show. The first two components are plot and characters. The plot is the actions in a show and the characters are the people who carry out the actions of the plot and they both require the other in order to be developed correctly. When Vera Sanders explains to the congregation why they are all similar to June bugs she is developing her character and in turn, developing the plot....   [tags: Play Analysis, Components] 1140 words
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Secondhand Smoke and Cancer - Thesis Statement: Second hand smoke is a cause of cancer. Data: Newspapers 1. "When these new data for cervical cancer are considered in light of similar results from previously published studies, our findings suggest that passive smoking may be firmly linked with cervical cancer," wrote lead author Anthony J. Alberg. "Our study of two large cohorts found that women who lived with smokers had a percent or greater risk of developing cervical neoplasia." excerpt from Second hand smoke, cervical cancer linked....   [tags: essays research papers] 639 words
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The Smoke Signals Forgiveness - The Smoke Signals Forgiveness Smoke Signals, written by Sherman Alexie and directed by Chris Eyre, begins on July 4, 1976 on the Coeur d’ Alene Reservation. Arnold Joseph (Gary Farmer), drunk while celebrating the "independence", lit off a firework and set the Builds-the-Fire residence on fire, killing the parents of Thomas Builds-the Fire. Many people were already asleep in the house when the fire started, so no one saw Arnold’s mistake, which he kept a secret from the whole reservation. Both Thomas Builds-the-Fire (Evan Adams) and Victor Joseph (Adam Beach), Arnold’s son, were saved from the burning house....   [tags: Sherman Alexie Films Movies Media Essays] 1463 words
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Why Do Teenagers Smoke - WHY DO TEENAGERS SMOKE. There is an urgent need to make non-smoking appear cool and desirable. The number of people lighting up is on the rise.In 1986, when the first National Health and Mobility Survey was carried out by the Ministry of Health to find out the number of smokers, the figure stood at 21.5 per cent. However, in the last study published in 1996, the number of smokers rose to 24.8 per cent.Of these figures, those aged between 15 and 24 in 1986 made up 11.5 per cent. In 1996, the age barrier shifted to between 18 and 24....   [tags: essays research papers] 979 words
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Secondhand Smoke - Secondhand Smoke Heather* had never touched a cigarette in her entire life. She lived in a house with non-smoking parents, and was never exposed to significant amounts of tobacco in her youth. However, Heather spent a good deal of her early adult life with chain-smoking companions in smoke-filled bars and clubs. Jump to Heather’s life at age 33. With no warning, she was diagnosed with lung cancer after a random chest x-ray taken due to heart palpitations. “My heart was fine, but the x-ray showed a tiny three-centimeter spot on my upper right lung,” said Heather....   [tags: Smoking Health Essays] 1837 words
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Secondhand Smoke - How Secondhand Smoking Affects Us As most of you know, smoking is bad for your health, but what some of you might not know is that you don’t actually have to smoke to be harmed by smoking. Lung cancer, which is the leading cause of cancer deaths in men and women, is mainly caused by cigarette smoking. Secondhand smoking causes approximately 2 percent of lung cancer deaths each year. It causes respiratory disease, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), middle ear disease, and asthma attacks in children....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Example Essays] 329 words
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smoke ventilation - Smoke Ventilation Firefighters, lately defined as heroes, have a very exciting job and do some pretty amazing things. My main interests however, is how firefighters ventilate heat and smoke from a structure fire. What pieces of equipment do they use. How do they use those pieces of equipment. Why ventilation is so important and why do they take certain precautions when using their equipment. Growing up in the woods has made my life a lot more different than an average city slicker. You see, I have a thing about fire....   [tags: essays research papers] 1347 words
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Secondhand Smoke - Thesis: Smokers usually move through five stages to quit smoking, and non-smokers have to help them constantly and carefully. Credibility Statement: In high school health class, we have been taught about how smoking cigarettes affects our body. But my school had a different program compared to other schools. There was study session only for cigarette smokers. I took the session for a semester and learned a lot more than I used to know about smoking cigarettes. Also I have helped my friends to quit smoking with the knowledge I have been taught....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Example Essays] 546 words
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Second Hand Smoke - Second Hand Smoke Second Hand Smoke In the 1950's and 60's scientists gave the people a lot of evidence on the deadly effects of smoking where the tobacco companies on the other hand tried to put the doubt in people’s minds through the campaigns to show that it is not all true. By the time people actually decided to take care of their health and finally saw how life-threatening smoking could be by real life examples, the tobacco companies already got rich from its sales. Nowadays, nobody doubts that “firsthand” smoke is deadly to your health and it causes lung cancer and heart disease in adults and asthma and bronchitis in children....   [tags: essays research papers] 649 words
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The Harmful Effects of Second Hand Smoke - The Harmful Effects of Second Hand Smoke An Australian courtroom, November 2002, has banned a mother of a ten year old boy from smoking in her household (Watts). This is because of the numerous harmful effects that go along with second hand smoke. The court was protecting the child from these dangers; the mother and grandfather both admitted to smoking approximately 40 cigarettes everyday (Watts). The ruling was done by the anti-smoking lobby, and was a first for this type of case....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1136 words
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Second Hand Smoke - Breaths of Death - I love nothing more than to stroll around the beautiful campus at State University. The scenery is breathtaking, especially with the promise of autumn about the air. During this particular time of the year, I find great enjoyment in taking a deep breath and inhaling the fragrant aroma of the surrounding nature. However, my enjoyment prematurely ends when the sudden smell of cigarette smoke engulfs me. Sound familiar. If you are a non-smoking student, this scene reflects everyday life on a smoking campus....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Smoke Free Society - Smoke Free Society Imagine yourself having dinner with your significant other in a fancy Italian restaurant. A huge lamp is hanging on the sky-high-ceiling, brightening the 200-people-capacity-room. The sound of a soft and gentle music creates a romantic atmosphere. It is the most wonderful evening that you ever had in your life; until a skinny, bald-headed-man who is sitting behind you lights a fire and starts smoking. You can't breathe comfortably anymore because of the smell, and the smoke makes your eyes smart....   [tags: Papers] 749 words
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Movie Smoke Signals - Movie Smoke Signals For most of my life, the word “Native American” had immediately made me think of feathers, powwows, and a society uncorrupted by civilization. However, in watching the movie Smoke Signals, a movie that depicts the modern Native American culture, I learned many other things. For one, I learned that many of the customs that modern Native Americans have are very similar to my own. I also saw that the family life of the Native Americans in the film had many of the same problems that my family had undergone in the past years....   [tags: Analysis Movie Film Native Americans Essays] 565 words
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Why We Smoke - Why We Smoke After listening to 2 solid weeks of classroom lecture on all the negative side effects that smoking causes in the human body, I felt somewhat concerned that the habit that I have had for 10 years of my life might be a serious problem to my health, even at this young age. We spent a great deal of time discussing the negative side effects of smoking covering heart disease, cancer, and respiratory failure, but there was very little discussion given to how and why we started smoking in the first place and what steps we have to take to quit....   [tags: Papers] 1048 words
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Dangers of Second Hand Smoke: Shoud Smoking in Public Areas be Permitted? - Should smoking in public areas be allowed. Have you ever gone to a restaurant or to the bowling alley and come home smelling like cigarette smoke. And while you were there, some people are sitting there smoking by you and you can’t stand the smell of it. So you go out side and to get some fresh air and what do you know there’s some more people lighting it up and smoking but they are polite enough to go outside. Doesn’t this annoy you, that you can barely go anywhere without people smoking in your presence....   [tags: cigarettes, health] 1572 words
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Males and Females Who Smoke Can Develop Lung Cancer - ... My last question was “Whether a person gets lung cancer depends more on genes than anything else?”, this was also a likert scale questionnaire the responses were labeled as 1 for strongly agree with a 11.4%, 2 for somewhat agree with a 18.1%, 3 somewhat disagree with a 19.5%, strongly disagree with a 39.7%, no opinion 10.2%, and don’t know with a 1.1% see table 1.3. This question had a total of 2,919 responses. The majority disagreed with the question and must think that there is other factors that can contribute to a persons risk at being diagnosed with lung cancer or cancer overall....   [tags: phone call survey, research] 739 words
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Analysis of Article I'd Rather Kiss Than Smoke - In the 1990 article "I’d Rather Kiss than Smoke" in the National Review, Florence King tries to persuade her readers to look through a smoker’s eyes in a smokist world. King has been around people smoking even before she was born. Her mother started smoking when she was twelve and she started this habit when she was twenty-six. Since she started smoking, she has been analyzing how non-smokers discriminate against them. Florence King expects everyone to be okay with smoking because it is what she was brought up in and it was okay in her family....   [tags: Florence King] 938 words
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The Decision to Smoke in Article 'Whose Lungs are they Anyway?' - After reading the article "Whose lungs are they, anyway?" by Janet Singleton, I was able to determine the proposal at issue. The issue in this article is about why people decide to smoke and who s responsible for making hat decision. Should we put the blame one the tobacco industry or is it just people's own decision to smoke. The position I stand in is I feel that the tobacco industry should not be held responsible for smokers' decision to smoke. I feel this way because the tobacco industry doesn't force anyone to start smoking, that the smokers are made choice by themselves....   [tags: Papers] 392 words
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Mothers Smoke Less around Their Children after Counseling - Mothers Smoke Less around Their Children after Counseling In Melbourne F. Hovell’s article: “Effect of Counseling Mothers on their Children’s Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Randomized Controlled Trial,” the author persuades the reader effectively through showing evidence about the dangers of second hand smoke. He also introduces the effectiveness that counseling has on mothers who smoke in front of their children. The article presents a study of the effectiveness of counseling for smoking mothers, and shows the decline of children's exposure to smoke in their environment....   [tags: Essays Papers] 737 words
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Symbolic Elements in Summer and Smoke by Tennessee Williams - Symbolic Elements in Summer and Smoke by Tennessee Williams The most striking feature of Tennessee Williams Summer and Smoke as performed at the Guthrie Theater was the transformation of the characters. There are several elements that reflect this transformation. These elements are set, costumes and character mannerisms, which are all symbolic. As a result of these complexities, the audience is exposed to a very deep and meaningful production. Summer and Smoke illustrates the transformation of the human mind and body through eloquent symbolic subtleties that are present through out the play....   [tags: Papers] 753 words
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Smoking in Public: Banned or Allowed - and The question is why the freedom to smoke in a designated area in public places a problem. If you are outside are in close area people are still exposed to the fumes of second hand smoke. Can the option of smoking be left up to the public rather or not an individual should smoke in public. Where does the line end in the rights of a person the right to inhale clean air, the right to excise your right to smoke in public. Non-Smokers have the right to smoke free clean air environment, and smokers have a personal right to smoke in designated smoking areas....   [tags: cigarette, health, tobacco, smoke]
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Arguments in Favor of the Ban of Tobacco Advertising in India - Summarize the arguments in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising in India. Some people opposing to the ban, advocates that the State have made unwarranted intrusion in private lives of the citizens by doing it (the ban). But others claim that the government has the right to interfere in the interest of people’s lives, as the banning as of drugs like cocaine. In 1981 and 1991 respectively the Supreme Court (of Appeal) in Belgium and the French Constitutional Council state that a ban on advertising tobacco products was not unconstitutional it was rather established for the protection of people health but not to hinder the trade liberty....   [tags: fostering the young to smoke] 609 words
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Smoking Bans: Good or Bad? - ... Their claims may be different but they both believe that smoking bans are helpful in improving the health of both smokers and non-smokers a like. They both uses strong logical appeal to argue their points and present their results in easy to understand tables and graphs for their audience to understand. In “Effect of Smoke-Free Workplaces on Smoking Behavior: Systematic Review”, Stanton A. Glantz uses strong logical appeal to argue her points on why she believes that smokers and non-smokers are affected in workplace environments....   [tags: second hand smoke, tobacco]
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Smoking Tobacco Products and Electronic-cigarettes - Smoking became a staple of Southern United States culture when it's environment proved perfect for growing and harvesting tobacco. With Kentucky and North Carolina “accounting for 71% of tobacco grown in the United States,” it is easy to see how the smoking culture is so deeply embedded and loved by southerners (“Economies”). Since the birth of this relationship in the late eighteenth century, a plethora of research has shown many negative side effects of smoking tobacco, such as: cancer, increased risk for respiratory disease and cardiovascular disease, and tooth decay (“Economies”)....   [tags: smoke free, laws, regulations] 1365 words
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The Problems that Pollution Brought in China - Due to factory smoke, car waste and plastic china has become one of the most polluted countries in the world for centuries. By china producing goods for other countries it makes their problem even worse. There are many solutions to this massive problem , but china has not found one that works. Even though china has bad pollution it not only affects their country but others as well. In china today their pollution has become a huge problem due to the factory industry, the pollution has increased tremendously....   [tags: factory, smoke, carbon monoxide]
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The Legalization of Marijuana - The legalization of Marijuana in Colorado has been great news for every user over the age of twenty one, but has anyone bothered to ask the question, “What negative impact will this decision have on the children of Colorado”. The legalization of marijuana will increase the risk of use by adolescents and teenagers in our schools. We are sending a message to our younger generation that, we as a society are accepting and unbiased when it comes to smoking marijuana. As a young teenager myself, I was exposed to marijuana by the time I reached junior high....   [tags: smoke, joint, colorado]
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Consequences of Smoking - Smoking is harmful to your health in many different ways, but it is also bad for the people around you because it is more than just a bad habit, it is a terrible addiction. It is very difficult to stop after you have started, especially if it has been several years since the very first time you tried smoking. There is a numerous amount of reasons why smoking is terrible for you, your health, and others as well. You are slowly killing yourself by letting all different types of harmful chemicals into your system, but you are also harming others around you in the process....   [tags: Nicotine Addiction, Secondhand Smoke]
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Smoking Must Be Banned from All Public Places - ... Tobacco smoke mainly consists of nicotine, carbon monoxide, and tar. Nicotine is used as a highly controlled insecticide, and if consumed in large amounts can lead to growth retardation and undermine a fetus’ proper development (Nordqvist). Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that if there is enough in the surrounding atmosphere, can cause one to go into a coma and die (Nordqvist). “It is especially toxic for babies still in the womb [and] infants…” (Nordqvist). Tar can remain in the lungs one inhaled....   [tags: cigarette, second-hand smoke, lethal]
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Health Risks of Tobacco Use Today - ... Individuals who smoke, assume smokeless tobacco is safer than cigarettes due to the fact nothing is being inhaled through their lungs, however smokeless tobacco, often known as dip, has fiberglass in the tiny pieces. While smoking, you’re damaging your lungs, while ‘dipping,’ you’re damaging your mouth. Almost every school system in the United States do not allow tobacco products on school premises. If a student is caught smoking tobacco, or even have a pack of cigarettes in their pocket they’re sent straight to in school suspension, and receive a court date and a $52.50 fine....   [tags: second hand smoke, blood clots]
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