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-What I learned - Facts - Risks -Why they smoke -Names for nicotine -Signs of a smoker -Caner types from smoking -Symptoms of a smoker -Steps for quitting -End Fact -Interview Smoking What I learned is that although many people in the world use some type of the drug Nicotine more and more people die from it every day The risks hardships and diseases are overwhelming Nowadays teenagers are taking tremendous steps of action One such group would be one called Truth These people advertise the risks and dangers of smoking all over Mostly targeted at fellow teenagers They spend thousands of dollars to use full-page advertising in magazines newspapers and on TV stations such as MTV and ABC Smoking is the most preventable cause of disease and premature deaths in the world In the next14 hours 1180 Americans will die from smoking There are 4000 chemicals and 200 poisons that have been found by scientists so far in a cigarettes or the smoke from it Smoking is one of the most highly addictive drugs used by more than 20000000 people It is also the most used drug by people in the United States Out of the thousands of people who try smoking for the first time everyday under the age of 18 one third will become addicted The law states to the public that smoking under the age of 18 is illegal but the drug is not 62000000 people which is 29 of the population are current smokes The smoke that is absorbed into the blood stream starts to affect the brain in 7 seconds The importance of knowing all of this information would be to hopefully give the knowledge to a smoker understand the severity of smoking and hope that they will attempt to quit The risks of smoking can be deadly and painful You may develop a smaller sense of smell and taste You are likely to get colds
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