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The risks of smoking are very well known However millions of people still smoke Why I cant say why other people still smoke even though the effects of cigarette smoke are well know but I can say why I still decide to smoke cigarettes In this paper I will try to attempt to give the reader some information on cigarette smoking and then explain why I consider smoking an acceptable risk Most of this paper is based on my experience and my knowledge First some back ground I started smoking when I was about 20 years old Mostly I smoked because every one else that was around me also smoked I was in the U S Army at the time and taking a cigarette break was something the non-smokers could not do Through the years I have smoked on and off Recently I had quit for 18 months and just 2 months ago I started smoking again Later in this paper I will give you the reasons why Most people know the effects of cigarette smoking Cigarette smoking is the major cause of h Lung disease including emphysema and chronic bronchitis h Cancer h Heart disease h Hormonal problems These are serious health problems Also passive smoking also know as second hand smoking which is the smoke inhaled by non-smokers who are around smokers is know to cause the same if not more harm In 1986 the Surgeon General of the United States reported that passive smoking could cause lung cancer in healthy non-smokers All these reason should give any smoker a good reason to quit and non-smokers a reason not to be around smokers I decided to quite smoking about 20 months ago because of these reasons I thought I was doing something good my health Just two months ago after I saw the effects that not smoking had done to me I decided to
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