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Effects of Banning Smoking Advertising Cigarettes are some of the most abused drugs in the world and the effects associated with smoking have greatly influenced the intervention of health professionals concerning the legality of smoking advertisements. Ethical and legal issues have come up over the essence of restricting or completely banning cigarette advertising to reduce the number of affected individuals. Cigarettes have since time immemorial been established to cause a wide range of infections and diseases. The most common disease caused by cigarettes is cancer and since the drug affects smokers and non-smokers as well, there has been a widespread call to illegalize cigarette advertising. The rationale behind banning cigarette advertising is to reduce the influence that adverts have on young and inexperienced smokers.
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People who start to smoke in their teens are more likely to become life-long smokers than those who have their first cigarette as adults. (Zickler, 2004) Another reason most smokers don’t understand that smoking is bad. Smoking does not only affect the person who smokes, but it also affects the people around you. It could be your family (mother, father, sister, and kids) or it could be some of your fellow co-workers. If smokers just weighed the pros and cons of smoking it would be obvious that smoking is not t... ... middle of paper ... ...hurts your lungs, and other bodily functions.
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