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What are side effects of smoking?

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Mark0

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What are side effects of smoking?

Post by Mark0 on Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:07 am

Smoking can wreck your lungs and reduce oxygen available for muscles used during sports.

Smokers run slower and can't run as far, affecting overall athletic performance.

Tobacco smoke can make your hair and clothes stink.

Tobacco stains your teeth yellow and gives you bad breath.

Short-term use of spit tobacco can cause cracked lips, white spots, sores, and bleeding in the mouth.

Surgery to remove oral cancers caused by tobacco use can lead to serious changes in the face. Sean Marcee, a high school star athlete who used spit tobacco, died of oral cancer when he was 19 years old.

Despite all the tobacco use on TV and in movies, music videos, billboards and magazines - most teens, adults, and athletes DON'T use tobacco.

Don't waste (burn) money on tobacco. Spend it on CD's, clothes, computer games, and movies.

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Steven0

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Re: What are side effects of smoking?

Post by Steven0 on Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:26 am

Great read about the smoking side effects and i thinks the main big cause of smoking was lung cancer...



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smokehut

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Re: What are side effects of smoking?

Post by smokehut on Wed Feb 10, 2016 3:09 pm

Smokers in their thirties and forties have a heart attack rate that is five times higher than their nonsmoking peers. Cigarette smoking may be directly responsible for at least 20% of all deaths from heart disease, or about 120,000 deaths annually. Smoking cigars may also increase the risk of early death from heart disease, although evidence is much stronger for cigarette smoking.

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Andrew01

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Re: What are side effects of smoking?

Post by Andrew01 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 7:16 pm

Smokers in their thirties and forties have a heart attack rate that is five times higher than their nonsmoking peers. Cigarette smoking may be directly responsible for at least 20% of all deaths from heart disease, or about 120,000 deaths annually. Smoking cigars may also increase the risk of early death from heart disease, although evidence is much stronger for cigarette smoking.


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