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Smoking Essay

305 words - 2 pages

Drugs are generally recognized as of the greatest problems inthe United States. According to the statistics, tobacco has thehighest death rate.Smoking is a very popular habit, even though we all know thatsmoking is very dangerous. Millions of people around the globe wantto quit smoking for medical reasons ...view middle of the document...

Why is smoking a very popular habit? The reason is you can getthem anywhere. All the stores are selling cigaretes. You don't even needan identification card to identify your age if you want legal!Almost anyone can buy them! Yes, the are legal! Nowadays,even middle high school students are already smoking, and willl even leadto using drugs such as: marijuana, cocaine, and heroin.Smoking causes all sorts of cancer. It affects your brain and itdo not prolong your life, not only in America, but all over the globe.Every person knows how smoking can affect our health. People knowhow harmful it is. They learned how harmful the cigarette fromtheir parents, teachers, and others. Ironically, they still continuesmoking! They are addicted to it, and most addicts want to be cured.

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