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The debate concerning the consequences of smoking tobacco to those who choose to not smoke or, who are too young to smoke legally is ongoing. Evidence shows that the long term dangers of exposure to tobacco can be more dangerous for non-smokers than those who choose to smoke cigarettes. In response to the current knowledge concerning hazards to both smokers and those non-smokers who are in the same location as smokers, health professionals and the public have demanded that laws protect the community. Therefore, governments have banned cigarette smoking in public places such as shopping centers, schools and hospitals. Also, most businesses have allocated an area for cigarette smoking to ensure that those who are adversely affected to the by-products of smoking are not exposed to tobacco. Smokers feel discriminated against by these laws believing they are now branded as social outcasts and that others cannot make laws that prohibit smoking in private cars and homes. However, non-smokers and health professionals continue to call for even tighter restrictions to ensure the entire community especially children, are safe. This essay will argue that there are valid scientific reasons for the restrictions and limitations placed on cigarette smoking. When the health of those who have medical conditions is aggravated by tobacco smoking or when children are adversely affected, smoking must be banned.
Nearly everyone knows that smoking is unhealthy, but a lot of people continue to smoke to get nicotine from tobacco. Few people realize that it is the smoke, not the or the tobacco that is actually unhealthy. The dominant message to smokers is that they must ; that there are no other options. But this is simply not true. There are other options for people who cannot or will not stop using nicotine.
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