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    The Effects of Tobacco

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    The Effects of Tobacco The smoking of tobacco became prevalent early in this century. The production of flue-cured tobacco, the development of cigarette rolling machines, and a public health concern over tuberculosis germs being spread through the cuspidors associated with snuff and chewing tobacco, all contributed to an increase in cigarette smoking. As smoking became more common, health problems emerged which seemed to be related to smoking. In the 1950’s, sir Richard Doll, a British researcher

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    The Effects of Tobacco

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    is taken by the degree of exposure to the suspected agent to predict the outcome. Temporal Relation of association, exposure to the causing factor of disease must proceed to the onset of disease. Coherence of association, Disease progression and effects on the settings must be explained clearly reflect the results. Smoking has now been identified as the major cause of heart disease, stroke, and several different forms of cancer in organs other than the lungs, without including the large variety of

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    In tobacco and tobacco smoke, according to various authors, it contains from 800 to 2000 different chemical compounds: nicotine, organic acids. When a person is smoking a torque on the tip of the cigarette or cigarettes temperature rises to 600 degrees and above. At this temperature, the pyrolysis takes place tobacco and cigarette paper to form a benzpyrene, arsenic trioxide, radioactive polonium 210 radioactive lead and bismuth, pyrene, anthracene, hydrogen sulfide, cyanide, formic acid and butyric

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    common cause of avoidable disease, illness, and death is the abuse of tobacco(). Tobacco is a plant that carries a highly addictive substance known as nicotine that creates smokers to be unable to stop the habit. Numerous chemicals within tobacco like carbon monoxide, tar and formaldehyde are all believed to be harmful to the human body and cause superb health issues (abovetheinfluence). Smoking tobacco can have extreme negative effects on physical appearance, body organs and systems and the people that

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    The Positive Effects of Tobacco

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    upsides to smoking are never discussed. Tobacco and smoking were not always used how they are today. Back around 600 to 900 A.D. many cultures grew tobacco and Native Americans would smoke and use it within religious ceremonies and for medical uses (History of Tobacco). Toward the middle of the 1800’s American’s started to smoke tobacco occasionally either from a pipe or a cigarette; not like people smoke today was very occasional stated in the History of Tobacco. The first main stream production of

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    The Effects of Smoking Tobacco

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    Although it remains a large portion of the U.S’ economy, tobacco smoking can lead to a variety of diseases and disorders that affect the user. The effects of smoking tobacco not only affect the user but surrounding people as well: permanently destroying their lungs and children, increasing the chances of diseases and of cancer. Diseases caused by the effects of smoking or second hand smoke may lead to emphysema. To start, even after only a few years of smoking, one’s lungs could be affected for

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    In the United States, the use of cigarettes has decreased from nearly 42% of the population in 1965, to nearly 19% among adults in 2011. However, cigarette smoking remains the most common form of tobacco used in the US that about 43.8 million adults smoke cigarettes. Near 22% of men and 17% of women were found to be cigarette smokers in 2011. Education has a strong relation with cigarette smoking rates. People with higher education have a lower smoking rate. Therefore, more people smoke in the

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    The history behind tobacco goes as far back as Christopher Columbus. On one of his voyages Columbus returned to Europe with some tobacco leaves and seed. The product was not well known until the mid sixteenth century when a French diplomat by the name of Jean Nicot began to popularize the use of Tobacco. Tobacco was introduced to France and England in 1556, Portugal in 1558, and Spain in 1559. An Englishman named John Rolfe cultivated the first successful commercial tobacco crop in the United States

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    Smoking Should Be Outlawed and Tobacco Profit Applied to Medical Research "Scientists know what makes tobacco so deadly. It's the more than 4,000 different chemicals that cigarettes contain. And the more than 400 different poisons that scientists have found in cigarette smoke" (LeTourneau). Does that statement appeal to you? Funny how the public hears this phrase and knows what tobacco is made from, yet they still smoke knowing that tobacco kills more than 440,000 people a year in America

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    There have been lots of views and opinions surrounding the arguments whether marijuana should be legalized and if tobacco should be made illegal. The reasons for marijuana not being legalized are similar to the reasons people want tobacco to become illegal. Only the danger that tobacco provides is more intense than the danger marijuana. Marijuana’s short-term effects include temporary problem with memory and problems with learning. It also causes temporary distorted perception (sounds, time, touch

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