In United States every day 4,000 adolescents start smoking. 4. In United States, average smokers spend at least USD 1,500 per year and in cumulative the value would stand over USD 333 billion. 5. Passive smoking causes annually 50,000 deaths in United States.
It is the number one preventable cause of death in the World. Yet there are over seven million worldwide deaths every year (Tobacco, 2018). So why is it that we continue to not only allow cigarettes and tobacco smoking, but it is also commonplace throughout the world? We as humans have a responsibility to come together and put an end to tobacco products once and for all. The CDC Smoking and Tobacco Use site estimates “smoking increases the risk for coronary heart disease by two to four times, strokes by two to four times, and the development of lung cancer by twenty-five times”.
Moreover, there are over six million people died every year and most of them are died by using tobacco. (MYFINALSMOKE, 2005) However, there are still a lot of adults and teenagers like eating tobacco even though it always effect their body and lead them to death because the nicotine in the tobacco is addictive and make them hard to quit. In this report, the author will introduce how does tobacco
Cigarettes smoking kills more than 480,000 Americans each year including 41,000 due to second-hand smoke. Smoking costs the taxpayer up to 170 billion in direct medical costs. By banning cigarettes, governments will provide grounds for the first step in slowing of the effects of smoking in the general population. With time people will move on the other vices or healthier alternative options. Thereby realizing savings in terms of health care and rehabilitation costs that can be diverted towards profitable economics activities.
Paper topic: Banning Smoking I. Introduction: 1. Attention Getter: WHO once published data in May 2017: "Tobacco kills more than 7 million people each year. More than 6 million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use while around 890 000 are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second-hand smoke. "(1) So why the number of smoking people does not decrease but has a trend to rise, especially the young cohort?
“By 2015, tobacco is projected to be responsible for 10% of all deaths worldwide and is projected to kill 50% more people then HIV/AIDS.” – states International Journal of Mental Health. The nicotine alone inhaled in cigarette smoke has little effect in causing these deaths, but addiction to nicotine causes continues use, which is the direct or indirect cause. Nicotine addiction
Dangers Of Secondhand Smoking “Secondhand smoke is the third leading cause of preventative death in the United States. For every eight smokers that smoking kills they take one non-smoker with them” -Adrienne Herron Some people think secondhand smoking isn’t bad for other people around them. It is, secondhand smoking kills the non-smokers and children around them. Second Hand smoking can kill up to any living thing that is around the person that is burning a tobacco product. Even animals.
Smoking: should it be banned in public? According to the New Zealand Ministry of Health (2010), young adults aged between 20 to 29 years have the highest rate of smoking. The WHO (2012) finds that on average every six seconds one person dies from smoking cigarettes. China is considered the largest country that consumes and produces cigarettes in the world. Recently, researchers found that tobacco killed around 100 million people in the worldwide in the 20th century, and this number is more than the figure of killed people in world wars I and II.
It is estimated that 5,000 to 6,000 teenagers kill themselves each year and at least ten times that -50,000to 60,000 attempt suicide. Because many suicide attempts go unreported or are reported as accidents, the estimated number may be as high as 500,000 per year. While females attempt suicide more often than males, at a rate of 4:1, males "succeed" more often, at the same rate –(SUICIDE AMONG SCHOOL AGE YOUTH, l984.) Our achievement-oriented, highly competitive society puts pressure on teens to succeed, often forcing them to set unrealistically high personal expectations. In an affluent society which emphasizes immediate rewards, adolescents are not taught to be tolerant of frustration.
Defining the issue with smoking So what 's the issue with smoking …… why does it have such a negative view from people? Well smoking is one of the BIGGEST preventable death issue. Smoking tobacco and its second hand smoke alone cause more deaths per year than AIDS, alcohol abuse , other drug abuse , car crashes , murders , suicides , and fires Combined.In the us smoking kills 480,000 people per year , this is nearly 1 in every 5 people. So the next question is HOW. How can a small cigarette which releases smoke when burned harm us.In reality cigarettes harm our bodies not in one way but , many.Cigarettes smoke contains 7000 chemicals, 250 of them are known to be harmful , and 69 of them are known to cause cancer.