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The Dangers of Cigarette Smoking There are many dangers that you may face as a cigarette smoker There are chances of various kinds of cancer such as lung cancer bladder cancer among many others There are also chances of various diseases that are caused by cigarette smoking such as heart disease chronic bronchitis and emphysema Each year in the United States cigarettes and other tobacco products are the cause of over 400000 deaths Most of these deaths could have been prevented if people did not smoke cigarettes Yet cigarettes and other tobacco products are still legal and use by a large variety of people According to the American Heart Association tobacco use remains the nations single most preventable cause of deathFederal Regulation on Tobacco 1 Yet in the United States tobacco is the least regulated consumer product 1 One of the reasons for this is because United States makes to much money on tobacco products from the taxes that are put on cigarettes Not only does the government make money off the taxes from cigarettes and other tobacco products they also make money off the health cost for smokers Smoking-related diseases cost an estimated 73 billion a year Smokers are made aware of the dangers of smoking every time they smoke a cigarette A mandatory label is placed on each pack of cigarettes to warn smokers of the dangers Tobacco smoke contains over 4000 chemicals in the form of tiny particles and gasesWhats in a cigarette 1 Smokers are made aware that the effects of smoking to their health are lung cancer heart disease and emphysema All of these diseases are very much preventable if people didnt smoke Smoking increases with the quantity of cigarettes smoked and the length
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