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My research paper is on smoking and other consequences of smoking Many times when people think of smoking diseases they think of heart disease and lung cancer While those things are very true there are subtle things that happen also Most of the time after someone has smoked their third cigarette they are hooked Nicotine is one of the most addictive substances on earth Usually once people start smoking they never stop The three most harmful substances in a cigarette is tar nicotine and carbon monoxide Tar is a very interesting chemical When a cigarette remains unburned tar is not there Only when the cigarette is burned does the tar show up as a chemical While filters on the cigarette keep out a little bit of the tar it is still very dangerous The tar in the cigarette is actually the same as road tar Tar causes numerous types of cancer all over your body One of the worst things that tar does is it fills up your lungs The tar goes directly into your lungs and stays there forever This is the reason why smokers can not inhale as much oxygen as non-smokers can The place where that extra air should go is now filled up with tar The number on disease caused by death is emphysema Nicotine is the reason why people are addicted to cigarettes Nicotine kills nerve endings and mucosae Mucosae is the thin layer of skin in your nose and mouth that are full of blood cells Nicotine goes straight to the brain When the nicotine goes into the bloodstream it travels all over the body That is why you can get cancer from smoking anywhere in your body Nicotine is actually the least harmful out of all the chemicals in a cigarette Since people crave the nicotine though they ingest all of these other life-killing chemicals Carbon monoxide is a chemical in a gas form Like tar
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