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This is a rearch essay done by me Jacky Cheng This research essay focus on the topic of teenger smoking Teenager Smoking In this world today smoking is rising rapidly Teenagers at a young age start to smoke for a number of reasons It is too easy today that teenagers will get addicted to cigarettes from the advertisements and wanting to imitate a character you have seen smoking Cigarettes can be bought easily and teenagers get hooked on them fast People in the Food and Drug Administration have tried to get kids to stop smoking for years but the advertisements keep bringing them back and getting new customers all the time especially teenagers Smoking originated in the mid-1500s when European explorers arrived in the western hemisphere and observed how Native Americans smoked the leaves of the tobacco plant in pipes During World War II doctors encouraged cigarettes to be sent to soldiers so they could smoke and relieve tension from fighting But the tragedy back then was that the technology and medical research were not as advanced as they are today Therefore the public were not educated about the negative effects of smoking on their health nor did they know the correlation between smoking diseases such as lung cancer chronic lung diseases and other critical illness Every day in America about 3000 young people are becoming regular smokers wwwnicotinefreeteensorgFramesTwars1html This is a disturbing news as we realize that youths may have been misguided on the effects of smoking The reasons behind teenager smoking are money and peer pressure In modern societies youths have money to spend on more choices Many would also try out different things because of peer pressure For instance a person whose friends smoke is much more likely to try smoking so is a
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