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Smoking is an extremely addictive habit that studies have shown to cause severe health problems Not only can smoking be harmful to the smoker but it can also affect others who inhale the smoke secondhand Secondhand smoke is harmful to people with asthma bad allergies and other respiratory related afflictions Smoking in public buildings should be banned for the many health risks that it poses to innocent bystandersWhether it is mainstream or passive any smoke that is inhaled is dangerous Secondhand smoke is very harmful to non-smokers and can cause damage to their lungs from breathing it People who smoke subject themselves to smoking by choice Non-smokers should not have to live with the consequences of smokers actions Complications from secondhand smoke can lead to respiratory and sinus problems as well as lung cancer Smoking in public places is rude and inconsiderate to other people around the area Smoking around a person who has asthma can cause that person to not be able to breathe and have an asthmatic attack Non-smokers should not have to deal with the health issues that come with smoking A lot of smokers complain and say that it is a free world and they feel like they can do what they choose This is where they are wrong It is a free world but when people are harming others this right should be taken from themSmoking in public places where there is a forthcoming risk to others such as indoor locations deemed public should be banned A person who wants to smoke can do so by keeping himself in isolation A ban would not harm anyone in any way shape or form It would only protect people and the environment around us Second-hand cigarette smoke causes many health complications in adults and children it takes away the persons right to steer clear from exposing
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