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    The Consumption of Tobacco Products

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    have now set rules against smoking in many establishments, and tobacco commercials have long been banned from public television. Over the past 50 years extensive research has shown the adverse effects of tobacco products, proving unfavorable health risks for the general population, environment destruction and major financial issues. The immediate goal of this discussion is to provide education on these risks, and to show reasons why tobacco should be banned from production, and to hopefully show how

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    CVS and Tobacco Products

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    no longer carry cigarettes and tobacco products in 7,600 stores and over 800 MinuteClinics, CVS has embraced its new role as a prominent extension of the health care industry, (Landau). While retail pharmacies were originally created to address minor diseases, CVS has grown exponentially over the years; is now working with primary care clinics to treat more severe diseases such as hypertension, hyperthermia, and diabetes, (CDC). As a result, selling harmful products that can lead to health issues

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    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

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    Smoking and Tobacco Products

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    Have you ever met someone who has spent money to slowly kill themselves? We all have if you know someone who smokes or uses tobacco products. According to the National Cancer Institute, an estimated 19 percent of adults and 16 percent of high school students smoked cigarettes in 2011 (Smoking, 2). Smokers spend thousands of dollars every year on this habit, while detracting from their own health. Smoking legislation has segregated these individuals to better assist with the health effects but there

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    Marketing of Tobacco Products Marketing is a social and managerial process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating and exchanging products and values with others.(Kotler, Armstrong, Saunders, Wong page 5) One of the products that are exchanged through marketing is cigarettes. Tobacco is considered an inherently unethical product because is addictive, dangerous and causes environmental damage. Tobacco is also considered a pleasing product because its immediate

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    Use of Tobacco Products at the University

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    Every year around half million people die from smoking tobacco or exposure to secondhand smoke (CDC). Tobacco use is an epidemic that cannot be stopped right away; however, many countries in the world are aware of this problem and have created new regulations that will prevent and reduce the number of smokers, hopefully in time. New polices have been implemented in schools, universities, indoor and outdoor places. Now, smoke-free or tobacco- free laws are posted in almost all colleges around the

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    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

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    Cigarettes and other tobacco products have taken a significant toll on the lives of many people globally. In America, for example, 450,000 deaths have been reported every year because of cigarettes. It is not an unusual thing to see most people covering their mouths and noses whenever they walk past a smoker. This usually happens because they do not want to breathe in the substances, which are usually bad for health. Posters and adverts have also been placed everywhere indicating that cigarettes

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    up the flavor (Wikipedia, n.d.). Tobacco production and usage have changed noticeably over the past decades. Producing tobaccos nowadays have improved compared to how it is done in the past. With the help of technology, seeding and soiling tobaccos is easy, there’s no need to wait to waste time and energy plus still get profits in return. Also, there are different ways to harvest tobacco. Which is making other countries participate in having a piece of the tobaccos’ production profits that can lead

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    Tobacco products do more harm than good. Nowadays there are many people, of all ages use the vast amount of tobacco products. A few of these products are smoking tobacco, chew, dip, snuff, and pipe tobacco. With all of the tests, clinicals, and new laws that are being passed more and more people are quitting due to the fact that it is harder to get a fix for their habit. Early native Americans used tobacco for medicinal and ceremonial purposes. On October 12, 1492 Columbus was given tobacco as a

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