smoking Essay Examples

Smoking in the UK – economic analysis of its costs

United Kingdom was the original state of smoking prevalence and smoking has caused widespread death of the first countries. According to ASH1 (2011) “there are about 10 million adults who smoke cigarettes in Great Britain” which is “about a sixth of the total UK population”. Throughout the United Kingdom, there was about one-third per cent… View Article

Leaflet by the NHS in Order to Help People Stop Smoking

* Find an advertisement or a leaflet that interests you. * Write a short account of what your text is saying. * Discuss how language is used to attract and keep your attention. * Discuss how pictures are used to attract and keep your attention. * How successful was the text at persuading you? This… View Article

What Are the Reasons of the Teenagers in Smoking

Introduction Tobacco contains nicotine, a highly addictive drug, smokers are aware in this. Even people who haven’t been addicted to smoking at all, why do they take up smoking? What are the reasons? Why they engaged there selves to this kind of habit? Curiousness convinced me to study this problem. One of my objectives in… View Article

Tobacco Company Employees

Introduction   “Smoking is injurious to health” is the caption that is written on every tobacco sachet that is displayed for sale by tobacco manufacturing companies.  Any customer before lighting, takes a close look at the caption and further proceeds to take a ride on tobacco. Tobacco companies display the caption by giving a fact… View Article

Smoking Is on the Increase Among Young People

While is on the decline among adults, the latest US Surgeon – General’s report indicates that increasing numbers of youngsters are taking up the habit. Perhaps the main reason for this alarming fact is the seductive advertising campaigns aimed at young people by the tobacco companies. Other contributing factors include the lack of awareness on… View Article

Treating Tobacco Dependence

The article aims to reveal the connection between tobacco dependence, smoking cessation, and depression, in mentally ill health patients, especially those who have been previously diagnosed with unipolar depression. According to previous studies, smoking cessation causes depression in individuals who have suffered from the condition previously. Moreover, statistics gathered from comprehensive data analysis and research… View Article


The largest cigarette manufacturer in the United States is Philip Morris but there are also four major players in the industry. In 1998, due to a decrease in number of sales and customer feedback, Philip Morris resulted to cut prices among the four players and level the competition. It is evident that the other manufacturers… View Article

Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing

* Be brief. * Reflect key facts or ideas. * Help readers understand context. * Do not insert personal views. * Write in your own words, except for quotations.| The United Kingdom is considering the appeal and revocation of a partial public smoking ban that exempts non-food serving bars (pubs). According to a public poll… View Article

Ethical Decision on Smoking Policy

A town council serves as a settlement court in the areas that cover their jurisdiction. I It is their job to hear the complaints and problems of their constituents and try to develop ethical decisions that will resolve the issues or complaints brought before them. One of the most common ethical issues brought before them… View Article

Introduction Cigarette Smoking

Introduction Cigarette smoking is now becoming a big issue throughout the world and especially in the Philippines. Because of this, the researchers finds it interesting to make a research paper about it. The researchers wants to know the cause and effect of cigarette smoking amongst her fellow student in Agoo Montessori Learning Center and High… View Article

Smoking Ban in Public Facilities

What do you think of when you see someone smoking in a public area? Do you think they are really thinking about the people around them? Do you think they know that they are harming the people around them? I don’t think they do, but we know they are. Smoking in public facilities should be… View Article

Smoking Should Be Completely Prohibited From College Campuses

This paper focuses on why smoking should be completely prohibited from college campuses. It explores the effects of smoking and tries to give the rationale for prohibiting it. It also explores the views of those who support smoking. This topic has attracted a number of heated debates and a consensus has not yet been reached… View Article

Raising the Tax Rate on Cigarettes

1. If raising the tax rate on cigarettes both raise more revenue and reduces smoking, is there any conflict between the health and revenue objectives of the government? If raising the tax rate on cigarettes both raise more revenue and reduces smoking, there will be no conflict between the health and revenue objectives of the… View Article

Effects of Smoking on Fetus

The increased incidence of smoking by women of childbearing age in recent decades has stimulated considerable research on the effects of cigarette smoking on the development of the fetus. According to the 1980 National Neonatal Survey, 31 percent of all married mothers and 47 percent of all teenage married mothers were cigarette smokers prior to… View Article

Causes and Effects of Smoking

There are billions of people in this world who smoke cigarettes. Efforts are being made since a lot of years to put an end to cigarettes. The smoke of Cigarette is one of the top three avoidable reasons of deaths worldwide. Tobacco smoke is full of chemicals. Some of these chemicals can even kill. About… View Article