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Smoking and how it will slowly devour your life

alah akbar
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Angus Clark

on 29 October 2015

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Transcript of Smoking and how it will slowly devour your life

Smoking does a numerous amount of different negative things to your body some of which we will tell and show you now.
Smoking can ruin your your lungs in numerous ways and it is one of the earlier disabilities for example it can make your voice very raspy, give you lung cancer and a horrid cough.
HOW SMOKING GIVES
YOU WRINKLES
Separating smokers from non-smokers,closing windows
or using air filters does not stop people from breathing second hand smoke.
CANCERS YOU CAN
GET
Lung cancer
Bladder cancer
Kidney cancer
Throat cancer
Mouth cancer
Esophagus cancer
Cancer of pancreas
Stomach cancer
Some types of leukemia
Nose and sinus cancer
Cervical cancer
Bowel cancer
Ovarian cancer
Some cases also include breast cancer
WHAT IS IN A CIGARETTE?
SMOKING AND HOW IT SLOWLY DEVOURS YOUR LIFE
WHY YOU SHOULDN'T SMOKE
LUNGS
You can get get wrinkles around your mouth,also around the age of 70 smoking 30 cigarettes a day can cause your skin to seem to age by about 14 years.

SECOND HAND SMOKE
EFFECTS ON KIDS
Ear infections
Frequent and severe asthma attacks
Respiratory symptoms
Respiratory infections
EFFECTS ON ADULTS
Heart disease
Lung cancer
Stroke
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