CIGARETTES & SECOND HAND CIGARETTE ARE DANGEROUS


Health effects of smoking:

There is strong medical evidence that smoking tobacco is related to more than two dozen diseases and conditions. It has negative
effects on nearly every organ of the body and reduces overall health. Smoking tobacco remains the leading cause of preventable
death and has negative health impacts on people of all ages: unborn babies, infants, children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.

Serious health problems that can result from smoking tobacco Lung cancer: Lung cancer is the leading cause of death
due to cancer in Canada. Smoking tobacco is the single most important preventable cause of lung cancer causes genetic
changes in the cells of the lung that lead to the development of lung cancer.



Second-hand Smoke:

Second-hand smoke is what smokers exhale and what rises from an idle burning cigarette. You can see smoke in the air but what
may not be so obvious is that there are 4,000 chemicals in the smoke. More than 50 of these chemicals are carcinogens: they cause
cancer. The chemicals also contribute directly to other diseases, such as asthma, heart disease and emphysema. And that's for
smokers and non-smokers alike.

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