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How you ever consider to stop the mass production of cigarettes It causes several effects to the body Second hand smoking is twice as dangerous Children are effected by smokers It harms the environment Health care and its spending Taking away cigarettes production can help reduce health problems to billions of people and have a healthy living styleSmoking causes the body to start reacting to the effects of tobacco It takes a pack per day and for every year you smoke you are risking yourself to developing cancer WebMD Is estimated that one in seven people died from lung cancer Lung Cancer Every time you decide to smoke you are increasing your chances of having a heart attack There is shorter life expectancy If you start smoking in your young years there is a possibility you will live a shorter lifeThe health elements that tobacco is causing Emphysema is cause by bad quality of the air and its also accountable of the air bone of the tobacco marijuana manufacturing fumes coal and silica dust Emphysema has three various health complication Cheng The first complication is when the lung is not able to function normally and when this happens the lung stop working this is called pneumothorax The second is the heart The heart starts to stretch and when there is a lot of pressure on the arteries it can cause a heart attack The third is when the lung starts to get holes also known as bullae Cheng This could cause the lung to get infected and it can cause the lung to collapse Digestive is also effected by smoking or non- smoking This can cause ulcers to the stomach which is bad Paulk Our immune system is essential to us because it helps fight of dreadful cells and with second-hand smoking or a smoker it can ruin
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