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The health effects of smoking Every year 350000 Americans die prematurely from diseases caused by cigarette smoking Through this paper I hoped to learn why people would do something such as this when it kills 350000 people a year I hope to learn what the big deal with smoking is for people And I would also like to find out the health effects of cigarette smoking This topic is an issue that I have dealt with before and I wanted to learn more about it My whole family smokes including my younger sister My grandmother has the worst case of asthma and she is constantly using inhalers yet she still smokes I try to tell her to at least try to cut down but she still does it Many of my friends also smoke and think that they can quit at any time In my paper I will show why this is not true I plan to talk about the health effects of smoking The issue of smoking is an important topic in the United States It affects many of our laws our children and our health An estimated 50 billion each year in health costs This cost does not include the cost of burn care related to smoking prenatal care for low birth weight infants of mothers who smoke and medical care associated with the disease All together it is estimated that the cost of direct and indirect smoking are at least 100 billion per year Leshner 3 This issue effects all people regardless of skin color age and gender In 1998 at least 24 percent of the population over the age of 18 smoked national health interview survey That isnt even counting the percent of children under the age of 18 that arent even supposed to buy cigarettes that smoke 334 percent of ninth graders smoked cigarettes 353 percent of sophomores smoked cigarettes 366 percent of juniors smoked cigarettes and
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