This article written by Joe Nocera is a highly controversial topic within teens and young adults. The use of e-cigarettes has been scrutinized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a new found addiction. The CDC believes that e-cigarettes are just as dangerous as normal cigarettes and are a detriment to the public health. Throughout the paper, Nocera is illustrating to the reader that he is very one sided with his opinion. Necura believe that e-cigarettes are not harming the youth but acting as a diversion to smoking combustible cigarettes.
The advertisements entice people to use more of the harmful drugs, thereby leading to addiction. In addition to these, the advertisements are not inclusive of the full details regarding the harmful effects of the drugs. It is, therefore, important for all countries around the globe to ban the misleading advertisements. References Hammond, D. (2011). Health warning messages on tobacco products: a review.
Some people think that smoking in public places takes smokers freedom away because it prevents them from doing whatever they would want to do others claim that it is a way of preventing death caused by passive smoking, as smoking is one of the main preventable death cause. Smoking should be banned in public places because it affects public health, environment and has huge impacts on social life as well. One of the main reasons why smoking should be banned in public
To properly protect the futures of teenagers, there needs to be a way to fully educate the teenagers and parents about the extreme dangers of ungerage drinking, such as public speaking or have it addressed in the news. It is very hard to decrease it when there are bigger problems that the United States are dealing with, parents are not aware that their kids are drinking, and drinking is seen as being cool. The news and media can explain the long lasting negative effects on health and how dangerous it is. Even though parents are not aware if their child is drinking or not, they should become educated on its dangers so that when they do start drinking, they will know that they should be careful and not push themselves too far. Hopefully, when the dangers of drinking on the body are addressed, they will see that drinking is not cool and it can negatively affect their future.
Activists try to skirt around this issue by lobbying governments to ban the advertisement of these products as it would not directly attack another’s right to smoke. In India, the call for this ban is strong. Many valid arguments have been offered from both sides of the conflict in the hopes of protecting their beliefs. In India, citizens and health organizations alike have spoken out in support of the ban. They believe that it is in the overall interest of population to do away with tobacco advertisements.
Two actions could helps us achieve this: First, there should be better educations and to adults and new generations warning them about the effects marijuana has on their health. Most people that smoke marijuana do not have enough knowledge or are not educated, and therefore do not know about the bad effects marijuana has on their health. Education is very important; teenagers are at a danger growing up. Hanging out with friends that might have bad influence on them. The only way to keep them away from the danger of marijuana is to teach them and explain what marijuana could do to their health.
The lives of millions across the globe are at risk if the population does not stay vaccinated. Without vaccines, the spread of disease would be rampant and we must value the use of vaccines against these diseases. Schools should require students to be vaccinated because vaccines are an effective way to prevent infectious diseases, vaccine protect vulnerable students who cannot be vaccinated, and personal opinions of parents who oppose vaccines hold no value when the spread of deadly diseases is at risk. Legislators and school district across the country should uphold current immunization requirements and crack down on those who have exempted from vaccines for non-medical
Studies show that when people quit smoking they spend their money in different sectors of the economy creating more jobs and economic growth. Tobacco consumption in countries that had a ban showed a dramatic decrease in consumers compared to countries that did not have the ban in place. The ban on tobacco only works if it is properly implemented and tobacco control policies are intact. The opposition of the ban contend that the government is overstepping boundaries by telling adults that they are not able to decide what is good or bad for themselves. Also they argue that individuals who smoke are doing so of their own free will and that they know the effects of smoking and decide to smoke anyway.
I am going to use this moral theory in my first argument. Recreational use of marijuana shouldn’t be legal because if something is not safe and has harmful and dangerous effects on society, so it shouldn’t be legal. By legalizing marijuana we will give teenagers an easy opportunity to obtain and use t starting n a very early age. Using marijuana can have very bad effects on still developing brain. According to Krstna Lsdaht, the director of bran imaging and neuropsychology lab at university of Wsconsn, Mlwaukee, teenagers’ bran still considered being in a process of critical development.
Risk analysis and information Within interactionism some will believe that we have perfect information or an approximation of this. If people have an idea of risk so that they are aware that smoking leads to a very high risk of cancer, they are more likely to avoid smoking and to discourage young children from smoking. If they have no information about this they will not take any action to avoid cigarettes. Most schools will have an outside agency such as the police to warn them of some dangers such as taking drugs. Doctors and other people concerned with health strongly advocate that children should also be warned of the problems arising from oking and unhealthy eating.