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30 of all cancers in the world such as lung nose mouth throat and bladder cancer and even brain damage is caused by Smoking Smoking is hazardous However still many people get hook on it and the number is increasing Once you get addicted it will be hard to get rid of it People are aware of the consequences yet there are so many lables of cigarettes available in the market Some smokers believe that smoking help to relieve stress and pressure The fact is that it is destroying our health Cigarettes or cigars mostly made from tobacco are leaves contained tar and nicotine which will slowly attack our organs Smoking cause 30 of all cancers in the world such as lung nose mouth throat and bladder cancer and even brain damage An innocent second hand smoker for example a pregnant wife inhale smokes when the husband is smoking it will increase the risk to diseases and affect the baby in the womb which will may even be fatal Other than that a smoker will have yellowish teeth and bad breadth Our health will slowly go downstream In Malaysia the typical smoker spend about RM 700 a year on cigarettes where by it can be used for other purposes such as saving A lower income man might not be able to afford to spend this extra expenditure It will be worst if ha has been diagnosed to have one of the illness caused by smoking more money would be needed for medical expenses Also it will be a bad example to smoke in front of the children too Everyday there are people who are dying of smoking At the same time there are people who are taking up this habit Though the government has included the awareness in the syllabus of education that there should be more talks seminars or campaign to enlighten the young ones Parents should educate their children
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