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The Positive and Negative Effects of Smoking Tobacco

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Eiryn Sheades

on 26 October 2012

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The Positive and Negative Effects of Smoking Tobacco Negative Effects Smoking tobacco leads to many negative effects. 1 Smoking lowers the risk of knee replacement surgery " Results of a new study revealed men that smoke had a less risk of total joint replace ment surgery For example, smoking causes many types of cancer, heart disease, strokes, and pregnancy problems. "Tobacco also contains more than 19 known cancer-causing chemicals and more than 4,000 other chemicals." Nicotine is highly addictive and causes withdraw symptoms,too. Positive Effects 2) Lower risk of Parkinson disease for this effect though, " researchers found that the number of years smoking more than the number of cigarettes smoked daily mattered more for a stronger positive effect 5 Health Benefits of Smoking 3) Lower risk of Obesity The positive effects of smoking tobacco include fine motor skills, a better attention, and an improved memory. 4) Lowers risk of death after Heart Attack 5 ) Helps Heart Drug Clopiogrel Work Better Causes Many Different Types of Cancers Addictive -Produces positive effects involving fine motor skills, attention, and memory.
-Can improve short term concentration and aid digestion.
-Can increase mental focus and acuirty. -Diseases caused by smoking: cardiovascular disease, coronary thrombosis, cerebral thrombosis, high blood pressure or kidney failure.
-Smokers are more likely to get cancer than non smokers.
-Smoking can worsen asthma and lower levels of vitamin A.
-Can have an increased risk of cataracts.
-Can stain your teeth and gums.
-Smokers take 25% more sick days than non smokers.
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