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In my case study I will explain and supply a lot of information on the facts, and consequences of smoking. I will explain the dangers of smoking, why people crave cigarettes, and what smoking does to your body. I will also explain why the government are i
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- Submitted: 15/01/2010
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2. What is in a cigarette?
3. What does a cigarette do to your body?
4. What smoking does to certain parts of your body!
5. What smoking does to your heart!
6. Second hand smoking!
7. Evidence / Opinions for a smoking ban!
8. Evidence / Opinions against a smoking ban.
In my case study I will explain and supply a lot of information on the facts, and consequences of smoking. I will explain the dangers of smoking, why people crave cigarettes, and what smoking does to your body. I will also explain why the government are implementing the smoking ban which takes effect on the 1st of July!
What is in a cigarette?
Main causes of death attribute are the ingredients in the cigarette. They contain over 4000 different chemicals including noxious gases and tiny droplets of tar, which causes cancer, and nicotine, a highly addictive drug.
When you take a puff on that fag you are inhaling smoke that contains chemicals found in insecticide, explosives and floor cleaner; Ant
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