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The Tobacco Of Tobacco Advertising

- The use of tobacco has been linked to many diseases. On every cigarette pack sold in the United States, there is a warning which indicates the potential for adverse heath effects from smoking cigarettes. Among these effects are low birth weights for pregnant women, emphysema, and cancer. This is evidenced by numerous studies. The smoking population in India are not immune. In order to curb the public costs of caring for individuals who have been affected by smoking, legislators in India decided to craft a bill which prohibited tobacco companies from advertising and the sponsorship of athletic and cultural events....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Tobacco industry]

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Effects Of Tobacco On The Tobacco Industry

- To be eligible to undertake risk-filled activities such as firearm handling and driving it takes many hours of testing along with practical assessments to be deemed confident to undertake these tasks. Risk-filled tasks such as these are regulated heavily to avoid serious injury or loss of life, why then, is tobacco, a substance that can have a harmful effect on your health remain unregulated to its users. The cigarette, a tobacco product, is an exceptionally dangerous item (Chapman, 2012). It comes as no surprise that a global debate on its regulation and use has emerged (Chapman, 2012; Magnusson & Currow, 2013)....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking]

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Tobacco And Oral Cancer : Tobacco

- Tobacco and Oral Cancer In today’s society-smoking and the use of tobacco-is more times than not, looked down upon. Using tobacco harms your body and in most cases, other people as well. People use tobacco products for many reasons. To some, it is a stress reliever and to others it’s just a nasty addiction. Some people smoke a lot and some, not so much. Everyone is different, therefore everyone is going to have their own opinion on the use of tobacco. No matter who you are, everyone knows that tobacco-in any and all of its many forms-is notorious for causing cancer and harming the body....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Lung cancer]

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India Tobacco Advertising Of Tobacco Products

- On February 06, 2001 a bill was introduced by the Government of India targeting media advertisements of tobacco products. The intent was to eliminate the tobacco industry from advertising to children and young adults, stating such advertisements encouraged smoking. The government believed it had a responsibility to arm itself in the fight against tobacco products by creating an Anti-Tobacco Campaign. This sparked a heated debate over the role government played in a person 's right to chose, and whether it was even possible to implement successfully....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Advertising]

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The Tobacco And Tobacco Industry

- What strategies are adopted by the alcohol and tobacco industries to challenge proposed health initiatives Discuss their effectiveness According to The World Health Organization (WHO) an estimated 6 million people die annually due tobacco-related illnesses and at this rate it is projected that by 2030, tobacco will be responsible for more than 8 million deaths each year worldwide(Report on the Global Tobacco Epidemic, 2011: Warning about the dangers of tobacco. WHO, 2011). It is estimated that there are about 1 billion smokers world-wide....   [tags: Tobacco, Cigarette, Nicotine]

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Ban Tobacco Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- The IBS Center for Research Management (ICMR) puts together a collection of management case studies from Asia. One such study involved a proposed bill that would ban tobacco advertising in India. The ICMR article, “Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India” discussed the arguments for and against a ban, as well as raised some moral dilemmas. This essay will summarize these issues. The Indian Government justified the ban on tobacco advertising by focusing on how tobacco impacts the following topics: citizen’s health, the Indian economy, young people, and the effectiveness of the ban....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Cigarette, Nicotine]

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Tobacco : Tobacco For Medical And Religious Purposes

- In the beginning of the tobacco regime Native American used tobacco for medical and religious purposes. In the B.C. Era tobacco plants naturally grew in North and South America. It was not until Christopher Columbus received tobacco leaves from Native Americans that tobacco made its way to Europe. Europeans brought this plant into Europe and grew tobacco throughout the country with the belief that it can cure many diseases. Tobacco was valued highly like if it was currency that it was used to help finance the American Revolutionary War....   [tags: Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, Cancer, Nicotine]

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Tobacco, Tobacco Products, And Electronic Smoking

- Tobacco can be consumed using a variety of methods, such as smokeless tobacco products, smoked tobacco products, and electronic smoking devices (National Cancer Institute [NCI], 2010). Each form of tobacco contains nicotine, which is a highly toxic chemical responsible for the drug’s addictive properties (NCI, 2010). The availability of tobacco products increases the likelihood of developing addition. Therefore, tobacco is one of the most widely abused substances in the United States (National Institute on Drug Abuse [NIDA], 2012)....   [tags: Nicotine, Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco smoking]

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Tobacco Of Tobacco On Campus

- Tobacco on campus When you smoke, it becomes an important part of your life. Certain activities, feelings, and people are linked to your smoking. In the state of Texas, and in most states, it is illegal for anyone under the age of eighteen to be in possession of or using any tobacco products. Being able to use any tobacco product is a right people were given when they turned eighteen. To have that so called ‘right’ be taken away from you when you move onto a tobacco free campus is just unfair. Here at Stephen F....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Smoking, Stephen F. Austin]

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Ban Tobacco Ban On All Advertisements Of Tobacco Products

- 1. To discourage the young and old people from smoking and consuming tobacco products the government of India imposed a ban on all advertisements of tobacco products. One of the main reasons why cigarette advertising was banned in India was was due to the hazardous health issues arising from smoking tobacco. Tobacco was considered the most dangerous product consumed by humans. The website, http://www.icmrindia.org/free%20resources/casestudies/ban-tobacco-ads11.htm, states that, “According to world health organization tobacco accounted for over 3 million deaths in 1990, the figure rising to 4,023 million deaths in 1998, it was estimated that tobacco related deaths would rise to 8....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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Tobacco, Tobacco Products, And Electronic Smoking

- Tobacco can be consumed through smokeless tobacco products, smoked tobacco products, and electronic smoking devices (National Cancer Institute [NCI], 2010). Each form of tobacco contains nicotine, which is a highly toxic chemical responsible for the drug’s addictive properties (NCI, 2010). The likelihood of developing an addiction to tobacco increases with the availability of tobacco products (NCI, 2010). As a result, tobacco is one of the most widely abused substances in the United States (National Institute on Drug Abuse [NIDA], 2012)....   [tags: Nicotine, Tobacco, Smoking cessation]

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The Banning Of Tobacco Advertising

- The banning of tobacco advertising in India, in 2001, caused a debate over the ethical implications of such a ban. With expected economic, social and political ramifications, banning tobacco advertising created a series of arguments both for and against. From analyzing the case study, those who supported the ban, suggested that banning tobacco advertising was necessary for the “overall interest of the citizens” (Indian Tobacco Company Philip Morris, 2001). With the increase in knowledge and science, we now understand the harmfulness of tobacco consumption compared to fifty years ago when the effects were less understood....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Tobacco industry]

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The Banning Of Tobacco Advertising

- The banning of tobacco ads has been prevalent in our society for years. It has been a constant argument between big tobacco companies and governments worldwide. While some may argue that it is the first step to ridding the tobacco products and the use of tobacco, others will argue that without these companies producing the media related to tobacco ads, jobs will be lost and the economy will take a loss in revenue. The ban on tobacco ads in India has been a constant struggle between those who agree with the ban and those who do not....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Tobacco smoking]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- In February of 2001 the Government of India decided to put forward a bill, that if passed had the potential to have a major impact on the advertising abilities of Tobacco companies. The bill included a ban from advertising products, as well as sponsorships of sporting and cultural events. The reasoning behind the bill was to help the government stop tobacco companies from targeting a new generation of Indian youth, and to provide a launching point for a government led anti-Tobacco program. This report analyzes the ICMR case study on the “Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India”, found at, http://www.icmrindia.org/free%20resources/casestudies/ban-tobacco-ads11.htm....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Tobacco industry]

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Tobacco Advertising : Should Not Be Banned

- Tobacco Advertising: To Ban or Not to Ban. Tobacco is a 100 percent legal substance that some want banned altogether.Tobacco has been a controversial substance ever since doctors found that it causes health problems, but the problem does not lie with the substance. Many people choose to smoke even with though the majority of studies prove that smoking is unhealthy. There is a fine line between tobacco companies selling their product and forcing it into the publics mouths when it is clear that many are more than willing to pay for tobacco....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco advertising]

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Should Tobacco Advertising Be Banned?

- Governments have control over several areas and aspects of what their constituents, businesses, and diplomats do. Governments typically have a say in the way people advertise, such as censorship. However, some Governments ban certain types of advertising such as tobacco ads because of the influence of the ads toward young, impressionable people and that the health and welfare of a country is more important than collected revenue and profits. In India, there has been a ban in place since 2001 on the advertisement of tobacco products (Unknown Author, 2001)....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Tobacco industry]

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The Argument Of The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- Summarize the arguments in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising in India Part of the ban on tobacco was based on the "need to protect public health". Cigarettes are not in the best interest of the public, on the contrary they provoke high risk in serious or lethal illness. Also, there was a difference of 0.07% between the contribution (to the G.D.P) of cigarettes and the costs related to health care. The objective of the banning tobacco advertisements was to invert these results so that the health care costs would be reduced in the G.D.P as cigarette sales would decrease at the same time....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Nicotine]

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The History of Tobacco

- Tobacco has been one of the most influential and controversial crops since its first discovery by the Europeans in the year 1492 when Columbus landed in the Americas. It then went on to spread among the Spanish colonists in Santo Domingo during the year 1531, shortly after Bartolome de las Casas noted that his fellow colonists began to develop a strong dependence on it. Tobacco began spreading through Europe during the 16th century quickly becoming the vice of many, but also transforming into what people thought was a cure for many illnesses....   [tags: tobacco economy, colonists, europe]

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The Ethics Of The Tobacco Industry

- Businesses may be focused on their missions, goals, and making a profit, but they must not forget their obligations to society. As huge companies have much power and influence, it is their responsibility to make sure that they do not cause irreversible harm to the society and the environment that helps sustain their business. Ethics in business is always a hot topic issue; the government of India has cracked down on the tobacco industry by banning the advertising and sponsorship of sports and cultural events by tobacco companies (Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India, 2001)....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Advertising]

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Ban On Tobacco Advertisements On India

- Ban on Tobacco Advertisements in India In favor of tobacco advertising ban: Being responsible for the welfare of its citizens, the Government of India (GOI) sought better to ban tobacco companies from advertising their products. It’s beneficial to ban such advertising because of teen smoking prevention. By promoting tobacco less or not at all, the adolescents were presumed to use the products less until they they no longer used them in the long run. Tobacco advertisements were instigating tobacco use in the teen population....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Nicotine]

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The Issue Of The Tobacco Industry

- The Tobacco Industry received quite a message from the Government of India (GOI) in 2001. The GOI planned on stopping the advertisements of Tobacco from cultural and sporting events alike, with a bill that was on the horizon of being released. The goal was to equip the Government with the tools to launch an anti-Tobacco Program and discourage adolescents from consuming tobacco products. A heated discussion sparked soon after the proposition of this decision. The Supporters Similar bans were already in place in countries such as Norway, France, and Finland....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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Ban On Advertising For All Tobacco

- In 2001, the government of India announced that it would issue a ban on advertising for all Tobacco Companies within the country’s borders. This ban would be in effect for any media source within the country. As a first step of an anti-Tobacco program, the ban’s ultimate goal is to discourage smokers, particularly in teens and young adults, away from the use of tobacco. There are those who support this ban with the contention that it will have little effect on the country’s economy and will ultimately save lives....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco]

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The Growing Problem Of Tobacco Smoking

- The tobacco industry is growing dramatically these days. While anti-tobacco education is provided, numerous projects are held and healthy life-style is promoted, smoking still remains popular among adolescent and adults. Even though this habit does not seem to be that big of a deal, tobacco users require medical and physiological help to quit. Tobacco smoking is still a growing problem in developing countries. Having checked the Tobacco Control Country Profiles of the United States America, Germany, India and Russia by World Health Organization (WHO), I can see that the developed countries are way stricter about smoking in public places....   [tags: Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, Smoking]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- Introduction Tobacco advertising refers to promotion display of tobacco products in media such as; radio, television, print, billboards and at retail stores. The ban on tobacco advertising by the Indian Government has many effects on the people as well as their ethics and freedom of choice. This paper will provide a summary argument in favour of the ban as well as opposing the ban. And to conclude with my opinions on what the government should do with tobacco advertising. 1. Summarize the arguments in favour of the ban on tobacco advertising in India Smoking kills....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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Ban Advertisements On Tobacco Usage

- The Government of India sought to create a mechanism to ban Ads on Tobacco usage. In doing so, it raised ethical concerns and arguments from two different sides, those in favor of and against it. For instance, Suhel Seth, CEO of Equus Advertisement, made a strong differing statement such as “The ban does not have teeth. It is typical Knee-jerk reaction by any Government to create some kind of popularity for itself.” Mr. Seth thought the Government was not serious enough to endorse Tobacco Ads prohibition, but instead that the Government was using it to gain acceptance....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- The government of India has many arguments in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising. One of the arguments is the right of the government to step in and promote a healthier lifestyle. Many of the tobacco advertising companies stated that the ban on advertising was unconstitutional, but the supreme court in Belgium and France both agreed that the ban was not unconstitutional and was needed the ensure the public health. In 1990 tobacco attributed to over 3 million deaths and escalated to 4.023 million deaths in 1998....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Nicotine]

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Tobacco : The Popular Vice

- Tobacco: The Popular Vice When looking at the origins and spread of global commodities around the world, certain patterns start to emerge. One of the more glaring is that anything which imparts physical pleasure or stimulation is often condemns as a vice, and yet persists in the lives of those for whom indulgence is forbidden. This motif is echoed in tea, coffee, and other stimulants, and it is defiantly evident in tobacco. Tobacco originated in the New World, where it is believed to have grown as early as 6000 BCE....   [tags: Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, Nicotine]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- Tobacco advertising bans have become commonplace in developed nations but are less prevalent in developing countries. The importance of advertising bans as part of comprehensive tobacco control strategies has been emphasized by the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control which calls for comprehensive bans on tobacco advertising. The empirical literature suggests that comprehensive advertising bans have played a role in reducing consumption in developed countries but that limited policies have not....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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Tobacco Production Of The Tobacco Plant Nicotiana Tabacum

- Nicotine is the substance found in the tobacco plant Nicotiana tabacum, that is often administered through the smoking of cigarettes, pipes, and cigars or via smokeless tobacco such as chew or snuff. All of these products introduce the addictive substance nicotine, (C10H14N2), into the body. Smoking has been largely popular throughout the United States since the colonization of the country. In fact tobacco production was largely responsible for the United States’ upbringing and rise to success as it generated a large profit and provided a popular substance to many....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Tobacco smoking]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- Arguments in favour of the ban on tobacco advertising in India are based on international precedents as other countries like France, Finland and Norway had already imposed similar bans. With regards to the constitutionality of the ban on advertising as violation of citizens ' private lives the argument was that the government had the right to intervene in then overall interest of the citizens and the need to protect public health just as drugs like cocaine had been banned the world over. Statistics on tobacco related deaths according to the World Health Organisation and the expected rise also counted in favour of the ban....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- This case study summarize the argument in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising in Indian such as using animated camel, encouraging them to smoke, by damaging their health and enhancing the states expenditure, question where also raise about the economic impact, because the tobacco company contributed to the growth of the employment issue to 26 million people, so they argued that tobacco consumption and employment show policies are likely to reduce smoking and not decreased employment, because even if people stop smoking the money will be spend on other expenditures such as goods and services which were more labour intensive and produce more jobs....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco advertising]

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The War on Tobacco

- Tobacco Regulation Tobacco companies have been in a battle with anti-smokers for a while about regulating tobacco, and there has been a war between tobacco companies and anti tobacco crusaders, because of regulating tobacco and some lawsuits. For one viewpoint regulating tobacco would be a good thing to do, anti tobacco crusaders are saying that regulation of tobacco is necessary to protect public health; on the other hand the other viewpoint is say that the tobacco companies are saying “regulation of tobacco will do more harm than good.” There are two sides to this war on tobacco regulation and here is the first viewpoint....   [tags: Tobacco Regulation, Battle, Anti-Smokers]

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The Tobacco Epidemic

- Introduction Tobacco epidemic killed 100 million people worldwide in the 20th Century. Tobacco epidemic could kill 1 billion in the 21st century alone. Smoking is responsible for the death of one in ten adults worldwide (about 5 million deaths per year) and, if current smoking patterns continue, by 2030 the proportion will be one in six, about 10 million deaths per year (World bank, 1999). This means that about 500 million people alive today will eventually be killed by tobacco (Peto & et al, 1994)....   [tags: Tobacco Health]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The United States

- “Chew tobacco, Chew tobacco, chew tobacco, spit”, this is a line is in the song “Boys Round Here” by famous country artist Blake Shelton. This shows how tobacco use is being promoted even in songs now. One of the major problems in the U.S.A is the use of tobacco product, whether is cigarettes, chew, snuff, cigars or in any other of the many tobacco products. My group and I are creating a facebook page to bring awareness to the public about the risks involving tobacco and the availability to minors....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Chewing tobacco]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The United States

- The use of Tobacco Does anyone have habit of chewing or smoke tobacco. Tobacco was made from one kind of plant leaves, but it is dangerous to health. Uses of tobacco were still in all over the world, but many countries passed laws to try to reduce tobacco use (Smoking). “In the United States, a variety of federal, state, and local laws restrict the sale, use, and advertising of tobacco products, however, government organizations and individuals who have been harmed by cigarette smoke have also used the courts to attack the tobacco industry” (Smoking)....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Smoking]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The United States

- Using of Tobacco Did anyone have a habit of chewing or smoke tobacco. Tobacco was make from one kind of plant’s leaves, but it is dangerous to health. Uses of tobacco was still in all over the world, but many countries passed laws to try to reduce tobacco use (Smoking). “In the United States, a variety of federal, state, and local laws restrict the sale, use, and advertising of tobacco products, however, government organizations and individuals who have been harmed by cigarette smoke have also used the courts to attack the tobacco industry” (Smoking)....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Smoking]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The Body

- IV. Many people believe that the use of E-cigs will help with their usage of smoking and even chewing. A. E- Cigs are believed to be healthier. B. They are not as harsh on the lungs. C. May lead to the actual use of tobacco. V. Conclusion Tobacco effects on the body Tobacco is a very harmful to a person’s body and can give someone long term bad health. If a person chooses to use tobacco then they should be aware of the risk and damage that they can do to their body. There are bad effects on the body with all forms of tobacco, no matter if smoked or chewed....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Smoking]

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Effects Of Tobacco On The National Economy

- Despite its contribution to state revenue and livelihood in area such as North Sumatera, Central Java and East Java, which well known as tobacco producers, it turns out that tobacco products bring negative impacts to society. There are three issues that should be considered for supporting bans on tobacco advertisement, promotion, and sponsorship, as well as other policy. First, related to health impacts. Research and Health Development Body from Ministry of Health (2015) states that, among top major causes of death in Indonesia, smoking contributes to the highest and second cause of death for cerebrovascular diseases and ischaemic heart disease, as well as chronic lower respiratory in fourth...   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Tobacco smoking]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The Health Of The Population

- The tobacco is a main cause of the threat to the health of the population, and smoking is one of the most popularize harmful elements of human’s lifestyle. In the first half of the 20th century in well­developed states a sudden increase of the cigarette consumption took a place, and at the present it is taking place in developing countries, what increased the premature mortality rate in the world. They are estimating, that in the nineties in the world every year because of the tobacco plant died of about 3 million people, and this number is supposed to grow to 10 million in 2030....   [tags: Cigarette, Tobacco]

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The Campaign For The Anti Tobacco Movement

- Doers in this campaign are youth and young adults who do not consume tobacco products, help spread the facts about tobacco products, and overall support the Truth Campaign and its goals. Nondoers are individuals who are unaware of the Truth Campaign or Tobacco use dangers. Nondoers are also individuals who do not have negative attitude towards tobacco use and therefore do not consider it as important to quit tobacco use or stay away from it. 3. What are some things that make it easier or harder to "do" the desired campaign behavior....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Smoking, Tobacco products]

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The Use Of Tobacco And Cigarette Smoking

- Use of tobacco and cigarette smoking have been acknowledged as one of the most detrimental substance abuse problems throughout the world. Studies have estimated there are about 1.1 thousand million smokers globally, which equates to about a third of the international population aged 15 and up, and attributes tobacco to be the substance that causes the most damage universally (Jha, Randson, Nyugen, 2009). The addiction to nicotine is one that begins at a very young age for most participants, and continues throughout the lifetime....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Smoking, Tobacco smoking]

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Cardiovascular Diseases ( Cvd ) And Tobacco

- Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD) and Tobacco CVD are a leading cause of mortality for both men and women in the U.S. Nearly 610,000 people die annually from CVD. This is about 39 percent of all deaths. Coronary heart disease takes the biggest part with 370,000 deaths every year (CDC, 2015). CVD risk factors are divided into two groups: non-modifiable and modifiable factors. The former comprises the gender, age, family history, race/ethnicity, and genetic disposition; the latter include lifestyle factors: e.g....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Epidemiology, Tobacco smoking]

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Ban On Tobacco Advertising On India

- Ban on Tobacco Advertising in India Tobacco consumption has become a widely known health risk over the past few decades. Many Governments and organizations have started to take action is reducing the consumption of tobacco products, and as result the divide between the tobacco industry and anti-tobacco movements has created much controversy. One example of this worldwide ethical struggle in regards to the tobacco industry is the ban on advertising of tobacco products in India. In 2001 The Indian government introduced a bill to ban the tobacco industry from advertising its products as well as prohibiting them from sponsoring sporting and cultural events....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Passive smoking]

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The Issue Over Banning Tobacco Products

- Government is defined as “the group of people who control and make decisions for a country, state, etc.,” (Merriam-Webster, n.d.). The extent to which the government of a country should be involved in and control its citizen’s lives has been a controversial topic for many years. This is the main argument seen in the issue over banning the advertisement of tobacco products in various countries. The Government of India (GOI) considered the ban on tobacco advertising in 2001 (Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India, 2001)....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Tobacco industry]

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Large Tobacco Companies Into Smoke

- Large Tobacco Corporations-Up In Smoke Some may ask, what is tobacco. Tobacco is a green, leafy plant that is grown in warm climates. Once the tobacco plant is picked, it is laid out to dry, then it will be grind up to be used in various ways. Tobacco can be smoked in a cigarette, cigar or a pipe. Tobacco is an agricultural crop mainly used for the making of cigarettes; a cylinder of finely cut tobacco rolled in paper for smoking, also know as a “cancer stick”. When one is asked the question, “why do you use tobacco so often?”, the usual response is, “it is addicting”....   [tags: Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, Nicotine, Smoking]

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Tobacco: The Original Addictive Substance

- The tobacco of the south has shaped the United States in history and today. The tobacco plant was discovered by Christopher Columbus, and he then brought it back to England when he returned from his voyage. England began to be addicted to tobacco. Its residents spent more than 200,000 euros on the crop a year in the 1600’s (“History 1492-1762”). Since the discovery of the tobacco plant, it has been well sought after and a large cash crop. Big tobacco companies attempt to hide the real effects of smoking their products, and aim their campaigns toward teenagers....   [tags: drugs, tobacco]

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Tobacco Is A Green Plant

- Tobacco is a green plant that is grown in warm climates. Once it is picked, it is dried, ground up, and then can be used in many different ways. It can be smoked in a pipe, cigarette, or a cigar. It can also be chewed which is a smokeless tobacco called chewing tobacco. It can also be sniffed through the nose which is ‘snuff.’ Chewing tobacco is made of loose tobacco leaves that are sweetened and packaged in pouches. It is used as a wad and placed in between the cheek and the gum and held there....   [tags: Tobacco, Cigarette, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking]

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The Negative Health Effects Of Tobacco

- The Negative Health Impact of Tobacco Smoking cigarettes is a detrimental practice not only to the smoker, but also to everyone around the smoker. According to an article from the American Lung Association, “Health Effects” (n.d.), “Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S., causing over 438,000 deaths per year”. The umbrella term for tobacco use includes the use of cigarettes, cigars, e-cigs and chewing tobacco. While tobacco causes adverse health consequences, it also has been a unifying factor for change in public health....   [tags: Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco smoking, Nicotine]

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Tobacco Marketing Aimed At Youth

- Some of the people that back prop 56 include taxpayers, educators, healthcare professionals, law enforcement, labor and small businesses. When the Los Angeles times interviewed a spokesman from No on 56 campaign’s, Brooke Armour, to identify some healthcare and educators that supported their campaign she couldn 't name any. Some of the arguments supporters of prop 56 made were “The proposition would prevent youth smoking and would also address tobacco marketing aimed at youth as a target customer”....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Tobacco industry]

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Ban The Advertisement By Tobacco Companies

- In February of 2001, the Government of India proposed legislation that would ban the advertisement by tobacco companies. This ban would include all types of media, the sponsoring of sporting events, and the sponsoring of cultural events. The Government proposing such a bill had the expected consequence of splitting law makers, experts, and the general population into three main camps; those who were for the bill, those against the bill, and those that really didn’t care. The Government of India felt that a ban on advertising activities would help reduce smoking, especially in minors, and give the Indian Government a means in which to start antismoking programs and propaganda (icmrindia.org,...   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Tobacco advertising]

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Tobacco Smoke : Harmful Or Harmful

- Tobacco smoke is enormously harmful to your health. There’s no safe way to smoke. Replacing your cigarette with a cigar, pipe, or hookah won’t help you avoid the health risks associated with tobacco products. Cigarettes contain about 600 ingredients. When they burn, they generate more than 7,000 chemicals, according to the American Lung Association. Many of those chemicals are poisonous and at least 69 of them can cause cancer. Many of the same ingredients are found in cigars and in tobacco used in pipes and hookahs....   [tags: Smoking, Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking]

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The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- Throughout life, we experience many conflicts of interest in ethical issues as all people have different understandings with different surroundings. There are many ethical issues for ban on tobacco advertising with the conflict of interest that pertained to government in India. In this essay, I will discuss about agreements and disagreements of the ban on tobacco advertising in India with the conflict of interest issues. Lastly, I will present my opinions on what India government should do. Advocates believed that tobacco advertising may affect public health and induce children and young people to begin experimenting with tobacco products....   [tags: Tobacco, Cigarette, Tobacco advertising, Nicotine]

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The Problem Of Tobacco Use

- Tobacco use is one of the major Health indicators according to the Healthy People 2010 program. Teenagers and young adult should avoid smoking because is bad for their health and causes many different cancers, heart attacks, and stroke and affect your blood and your blood pressure. What they don’t understand is that smoking causes many other diseases and ailment, even though it is the most preventable cause of death in the U.S. Peer pressure from home and school, low self-esteem, wanting to be cool, social and environmental influences is one of the main reason why teenagers smoking in our world today....   [tags: Nicotine, Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, Cigarette]

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Tobacco Advertising Ban On India

- Tobacco Advertising ban in India Government involvement in personal decisions in life has frequently been a hot button topic. What role does the government have in personal decisions and at what point have they crossed the line of personal liberties. Here we will analyze a case study in India over the implications of government involvement in the advertising of tobacco. In February 2001, India announced a bill that would ban Tobacco companies from advertising and sponsoring sporting events. This decision was immediately met with dissension....   [tags: Cigarette, Tobacco, Tobacco advertising, Nicotine]

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Tobacco Is Abusing Your Body

- Tobacco Is Abusing Your Body "Addiction isn 't about using drugs. It 's about what the drug does to your life." -Enock Maregesi Smoking is a horrible habit, 100 million people worldwide were killed by the tobacco epidemic in the 20th century. That 's more than World War II and the Vietnam War combined. If 100 million people were killed which can drastically turn into 1 billion if we don 't change our views on tobacco. It 's not the user of tobacco products who are dying from it; secondhand smoke is a real thing and it 's affecting a lot of people....   [tags: Tobacco smoking, Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette]

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Tobacco Is Made From Dried Up Tobacco

- Tobacco is made from dried up tobacco leaves prepared with chemicals to create products such as: chewing tobacco, dip, and loose tobacco to be smoked on cigarettes and pipes. There is a demand for tobacco and if companies were to stop making tobacco, then another company will sell it due to supply and demand. Even though people do choose to buy tobacco products on their own free will. Tobacco companies are partly to blame for smoking related illnesses and deaths since they knowingly create a product that is harmful, in addition, they try to appeal to a younger audience, and lastly, tobacco products are highly addictive....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Smoking]

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A Brief Note On The Tobacco Saves Lives

- Smokeless tobacco saves lives When it comes to some people 's opinion about tobacco they just think it is all terrible; however, many doctors have proven that it is not the case with smokeless tobacco. There are people in the world who say smokeless tobacco is awful because it causes mouth cancer, tooth loss, and gum disease because they have listened to the anti-tobacco corporations and the incorrect warning labels. There are also doctors and businesses in several countries that have proven that it does not cause any of these medical problems....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Chewing tobacco]

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Advertising Alcohol Tobacco And Alcohol

- In simple words, marketing can be defined as; Presenting and promoting your product/service in a way that will be the most effective as a total product/service that will entice potential consumers to purchase. Marketing potentially harmful products has always been a dicey subject in our society. Tobacco and alcohol are the two biggest “harmful” industries currently in the United States, Tobacco use results in over 400,000 deaths a year in the US, costing society around $52 billion annually, and over 100,000 Americans die from alcohol related causes every year with an approximate cost of $90 billion annually....   [tags: Tobacco, Cigarette, Advertising, Tobacco smoking]

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The Habit Of Smoking Tobacco

- Introduction Every person possesses some type of habit, whether we realize it or not. A habit is a repetitive way of thinking, doing, or acting that is acquired from a previous experience. Most habits are done unconsciously and can be anything from shopping, drinking, and licking your lips, to telling lies, crying, and brushing your teeth. Though habits seem to be embedded in us, it is possible for us to do away with them. This paper will dissect my habit of smoking tobacco. I will discuss how I developed this habit and why I continue to pursue it....   [tags: Nicotine, Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco smoking]

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The Problem Of Using Tobacco

- The article I chose asks the question, “Are adolescents more likely to get addicted to tobacco than fully developed adults”. This journal was written and worked on by those honored with the title of Ph.D.; generally, they would have more credibility than similar articles written by people with no special title. The researchers chose to analyze the adolescent phase for a few reasons. Adolescence is often the time where people first start to smoke. As someone who tried cigarettes at 14 and quit because I didn’t like the addiction I can confirm this....   [tags: Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Cigarette, Tobacco]

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The Arguments Against Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- .Summarize the arguments in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising in India. After reading the case the main arguments in favor of the tobacco advertisement ban are the following: Regarding the legal aspect, the government has international precedents that support his decision of banning the tobacco advertisement: courts of Belgium and France have endorsed the decision of banning the advertisements saying that the ban wasn 't unconstitutional and it was looking for the protection of the citizens ' health....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Advertising]

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The Dangers Of Smoking Tobacco

- Take me back to a time before the television, and wireless internet; a time when lung cancer was so rare it was confronted as a once in a life-time oddity. A time before the popularization of smoking tobacco. In the 1940’s cigarettes were recognized as the leading cause of lung cancer in America, but this did not cause a drop in the sales for the product. This was due to the incredible market strategies created by cigarette companies to establish their named brand poison. One strategy created by the cigarette companies was the extensive use of advertisement in all forms of media, which would appeal to the audience 's needs within their personal lives....   [tags: Smoking, Nicotine, Tobacco, Tobacco smoking]

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Arguments Of Favor Of The Ban On Tobacco Advertising

- 1. Summarize the arguments in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising in India. The argument was that if advertising was banned for tobacco products it could effectively cut down on the amount of people who would smoke. It would also cut down on the youth who were beginning to smoke since they would not see the advertising. The cost of health care was more significant than the cost of what the tobacco companies would give to the government in revenue each year. Examples of how the consumption of tobacco went down in a few other countries after advertising was used to support this outlook....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco advertising]

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Ban On Tobacco Advertisements By The Government Of India

- Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India An article titled: Ethics in Business was written between 1998 - 2001 and finally published in February 6, 2001. This article was written about a tobacco organization called India Tobacco Company (ITC) Philip Morris, found in India. 1. Arguments in favour of the ban on tobacco advertising in India Government, acting as the manager of the entire country has the responsibility to protect its citizens against any inappropriate behaviour. In 2001, India launches arguments in favour of the ban on tobacco advertising in the country....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco]

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Ban On Tobacco Advertising By The Government Of India

- Case Study Analysis – Ban on Tobacco Advertising by the Government of India The connections held amongst the Government, the Tobacco Industry and the health of citizens has been a controversial and complicated topic for decades. This case analysis will focus on the ban on tobacco advertising in India. First, the ideas and arguments will be discussed for both the supporters and those who opposed the ban. The next topics will include the conflict of interest in regards to the government of India and my opinion on what governments should be doing in regards to tobacco advertising....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Government]

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Should Tobacco Free Schools Be Legal?

- Even today, there are approximately 2,100 young adults continuing to become avid smokers daily (Current Cigarette). College students make up the largest growing smoking population in the country. Even since the decrease in smoking among young adults, there are still the same risk factors that come with smoking; this makes it a major public health concern. Many states and universities nationwide have gone completely tobacco free because of the health risks smoking presents. Laws and regulations have been put in place for smokers because the effects can be wide spread and deadly....   [tags: Tobacco, Tobacco smoking, University]

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Ban On Tobacco Advertising By The Government Of India

- The first thing I plan to do is summarize the arguments in favor of the ban on tobacco advertising by the government of India. It is stated that this ban is already something that goes on in other countries. The article states in the section titled Ayes’, countries like france, finland, and norway had already imposed similar bans. And does the government not have a right to implement this ban$ The ban on cocaine globe wide is used as one of the leading examples in the article.not just is cocaine mentioned, but the Ayes’ speak of bans on ads for other dangerous products that remained in the market, such as firearms and many (pharmaceuticals....   [tags: Cigarette, Tobacco, Tobacco advertising]

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Cigarette Tobacco Advertising On The United States

- On January 2, 1971 a huge step was made to ban cigarette companies from advertising on radio and television. This law was a monumental step in limiting the ability for tobacco companies to freely advertise their dangerous products. In this modern day and age, the problem of cigarette and tobacco advertising needs to be addressed once again. Cigarette companies continue to advertise in new mediums using emotional claims, and deceptive advertising to sell a harmful product. They need to be stopped....   [tags: Advertising, Tobacco advertising, Tobacco]

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Should Tobacco Be Illegal?

- The tobacco is the most dangerous and creepiest produce in the history of human civilization (Proctor, 2012). There are 6 million people die each year because of tobacco. More than 5 million of those, who are death because of smoking while more than 600000, who are non-smokers being influenced to the tobacco smoke. Furthermore, most of the people, who use cigarettes, are come from the low or middle-income countries. Besides, in several countries, children from poor families usually work in tobacco farming to take care of their family or support their home economics....   [tags: Tobacco smoking, Cancer, Tobacco, Nicotine]

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Should Tobacco Be Banned?

- Every year tobacco is responsible for over 480,000 deaths. That includes people who have died from secondhand smoke. When statistics like this exist it is hard to understand why tobacco is still legal. This number increases every year that passes and most people believe it isn’t shrinking anytime soon. Tobacco should be banned because it’s deadly to not only the users, it’s highly addictive, and the tobacco industry is corrupting information promoting its harmful product. Society shouldn’t have to deal with anymore premature deaths due to a lethal legal product....   [tags: Tobacco smoking, Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette]

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The Dangers Of Tobacco And The Human Body

- The Dangers of Tobacco in the Human Body Many of us have addictions. Some may be good, some may be bad. We often like the sense of fulfillment when we give our bodies what they crave. But have we ever stopped to think about the damage we might be causing. Smoking tobacco is a very harmful addiction. Most smokers are aware of the consequences of smoking, but yet continue to do so because it 's what they like. Smoking tobacco potentially leads to a significant amount of illnesses. Harm is not only caused directly by smoking, but also from being exposed to it affecting anyone from elders, young adults, children, and infants....   [tags: Lung cancer, Smoking, Tobacco, Tobacco smoking]

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Effects Of Tobacco On The United States

- Background and Thesis. On October 15, 1492 Christopher Columbus was offered dried tobacco leaves as a gift from the American Indians that he encountered. Soon after, sailors brought tobacco back to Europe, and the plant was being grown all over Europe (Vernellia 1999). The major reason for tobacco 's growing popularity in Europe was its supposed healing properties. Europeans believed that tobacco could cure almost anything, from bad breath to cancer. Tobacco was first discovered thousands of years ago; however, it was not until the end of the civil war that it became popular in the United States....   [tags: Tobacco, Smoking, Passive smoking, Tobacco smoking]

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The Abolition Of Tobacco And The United States

- The Abolition of Tobacco Tobacco has been used, enjoyed, and abused around the world for centuries. Originally tobacco was produced for pipe smoking and chewing (chewing tobacco). The first cigarette was made around the 1600’s, but didn’t become popular in America until the end of the Civil War. The invention of the Cigarette rolling machine in 1883 sparked a tremendous surge of production and sales of cigarettes around the world. It wasn’t until the 1950’s that health risks from long-term tobacco use became a real issue in the world....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Smoking, Cigarette]

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Tobacco And Its Effect On The Brain

- Tobacco is a very complex crop, it’s adaptable, profitable, it’s pleasurable, and it’s a tax bonanza. From the seed all the way to the cigarette is taxed obsessively, it will kill you in fact it’s the leading preventable killer today. Tobacco is grown in over 29 states, there is two types of tobacco, burley which is high in nicotine and fluke hear has low nicotine and high sugar levels. When a person smokes a cigarette particles are inhaled into the lungs and impact the lungs, it goes to the brain and heart, nicotine has an effect on the brain, it’s the most addictive way to take a drug....   [tags: Tobacco, Cigarette, Nicotine, Smoking]

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Should Tobacco Smoking Be Banned?

- Tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats that the world has ever faced and is killing millions of people each year. These deaths are the result of people choosing to smoke regularly the carcinogenic substances found in cigarettes. However many believe that cigarette smoking offers health benefits and thus it should not be banned. But a close examination of the issue proves that tobacco smoke is more dangerous than any other drug. Smokers have a lower life expectancy due to the high risk of developing serious diseases, such as lung cancer and heart disease....   [tags: Tobacco smoking, Cancer, Lung cancer, Tobacco]

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The Effects Of Tobacco Products On Health

- It would be difficult for any company to function without proper representation. Any company needs representation. However, there are certain companies that need much more representation than others. I believe that a position in Public Relations that has the potential to be extremely difficult is being a sales representative for a tobacco company. People who are Sales Reps for tobacco companies are responsible for representing the company and ultimately making sales. This is what keeps the company afloat....   [tags: Marketing, Sales, Selling, Tobacco]

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Tobacco Industry And Its Effect On The Economy

- Tobacco is a one of the major crops in india, Despite the health issues, tobacco industry contributed significantly to the economy in terms of employment. According to the government and revenue it was the second largest sector in terms of central exercise of revenue contribution after oil gas sector. The industry act as a major foreign exchange earner for the government. Besides tobacco farming and production, the Indian tobacco industry also consists of companies involved in manufacturing, sales and distribution of tobacco products like cigarettes, cigars, beedis and chewing tobacco....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Dipping tobacco]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The United States

- The cigarette was invented in 1832 by an Egyptian artilleryman during the siege of Acre. The Egyptian 's crew had improved their rate of fire by rolling the gunpowder in paper tubes. For this, he and his crew were rewarded with a pound of tobacco. Their pipe was broken, so they began to roll the pipe tobacco in paper tubes. They decided that they could roll up the tobacco in paper and smoke the tobacco that way. However, tobacco was first introduced in the Americas through the confederate states when it was given to the confederate soldiers in the north during the civil war; and that is how it was introduced in the northern states as well....   [tags: Smoking, Nicotine, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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Tobacco Advertising And Its Effect On Society

- Tobacco advertising lure young people into believing smoking is fashionable without realizing the dangers attached to tobacco. Tobacco causes cancer; I would support any government, including the Indian government that will increase tobacco tax both on advertising and all tobacco products. Tobacco is one of the most dangerous consumer product known, which kills when used as the makers ' intended. Thus from an ethical standpoint, the Government has to discourage the habit, because it has responsibility for the welfare of its citizens....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Cigarette, Tobacco products]

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Tobacco Use And Its Effect On Health

- Most people, adolescents and adults alike, are already exceptionally aware that tobacco use can impact their health negatively. Many also know that long-term tobacco use greatly increases the risk of developing cancer especially cancer of the lungs, which is the most common form of cancer around the world (American Lung Association, 2015); according to the American Lung Association, in 2012 there were 1.8 million new lung cancer patient cases and 1.6 million lung cancer patient deaths worldwide (American Lung Association, 2015)....   [tags: Tobacco advertising, Tobacco, Passive smoking]

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