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Adolescent Smoking Adolescent smoking is a heavy issue in todays society There is an increasing number of adolescents smoking these days According to a 2001 national survey of high school students the overall prevalence of current cigarette use was 28 percent Smoking is incredibly addictive awfully expensive and extremely unhealthy Smoking has an incredible addictive effect Because smoking is so incredibly addictive it is hard for smokers to quit A September 2001 study shows that one-quarter of 12 to 13 year olds who smoke as few as two or three cigarettes a day become addicted in just two weeks and the rest become addicted shortly after There is no product that works well 85 out of 100 smokers using the patch gum or other programs begin smoking again within a year Adolescents may think they can quit anytime they want but in reality it is rather difficult Smoking displays awful spending habits Moreover adolescents who smoke spend an awful large sum of money on cigarettes The average smoker is unable to stop for seventeen years And every year they will give 1200 or more to the tobacco industry to maintain their addiction Adolescent smokers who have part-time jobs spend a great deal of their earnings on cigarettes rather than clothes and entertainment or depositing it into savings account Smoking has extremely unhealthy effects Furthermore adolescent smoking has extremely unhealthy effects Tobacco use in adolescence is associated with a wide range of health-compromising behaviors including being involved in fights carrying weapons engaging in high-risk sexual activity and using alcohol andor other drugs Health-compromising behaviors would include cough and phlegm production increase in the number and severity of respiratory illnesses and decreased physical
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