Compare this to the 10 seconds one gets distracted by cell phone use and it is plain to see that smoking while driving is more dangerous. We ban production here, other countries will reap the benefits. Smoking gives many illnesses like breathing problems, bad heart conditions, oral cancer, high blood pressure and much more. I for one am not; I enjoy the benefits provided by a class of people who are happy to pay massive duties in order to shorten their lives. Then offer something like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the psychological addiction.
Smokers choose to subject themselves to the health risks While I am certain smoking should be prohibited in community or public places. As an ex-smoker, I know how hard it is to quit but anyone who says they don't want to is lying. The sooner smokers are made aware that their habit is the biggest con trick in history the better. The non-smoker must accept an individuals right to smoke but equally the smoker must accommodate the choice of a non-smoker not to breathe cigarette smoke. Children, unlike wait staff, cannot choose the risks to which they are exposed.
They should certainly be banned everywhere, not just in public places. I have never taken a cent from a tobacco company in consulting fees, and would never work for them as a lawyer. It should be banned on a national scale. Before heroin was made illegal there were around 500 registered heroin addicts in the country. It will be the thing that those people do; they will have to hide it. Historical Evidence For more information, please see… Hudson, Jr. Or do you think smokers are being treated unfairly? Although they are equipped with the knowledge of how unhealthy smoking can be, people still choose to smoke.
If we are going to outlaw smoking then we have to consider why factories are still allowed to pump carcinogens into our air, and why we still drive around in cars that pump out toxic gases, which are a far more serious issue than cigarettes! It was the smoker's choice to start smoking. Just getting a whiff of somebody else's smoke in the street is bad enough - but pubs are simply revolting. Then there is the issue of religion. Smoking can damage the Spending money on smoking is too much and leads to nothing, and there are no benefits that people can get from smoking. Doctors should learn how to educate smokers on successful techniques for stopping smoking rather than giving out quick ¿fixes' like replacement therapies and calling for blanket bans. Cigarette smoking should be banned.
In 2009, the Food and Drug Administration banned the manufacture and distribution of flavored cigarettes, such as chocolate and cherry, over concerns that the products encouraged youth smoking. After the complete and utter failure of prohibition and the war on drugs, have we not yet learnt the lesson? If you have to smoke, do it someplace where it'll only affect you and your loved ones! Anon, England Although being a smoker, I am fully supporting this ban, I think this would encourage and give wheel power to those who wants to give up smoking. If tobacco users are not providing that revenue, the rest of us will have to cough up the bucks! The writers themselves are very diverse, as they have almost every imaginable qualification to their names, in all fields and at all levels. The harmful effects of smoking extend far beyond the smoker. So plans should be made to limit the sales of smoking. Forcing them to smoke in private or only in smokers designated areas is a way to stigmatize them in society.
Ed Malone, Scotland I think smoking should be banned. Many tobacco farmers lack good alternatives to tobacco, and they have tobacco-specific equipment, buildings, and experience. The death penalty could be invoked for persistent rule breakers and the rest of us can sleep easy in our cotton wool cots safe in the knowledge that we will live forever. They sell and market a product that they know will kill their customers. The first is its effect on appearance.
The baby was healthy before coming to her grandpa's house, but in less than two weeks, she volunteering. But not everyone is qualified to give one. Should smoking be banned in public places? Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer on. Thus, yes, tobacco is the only one of the drugs mentioned that can kill through its regular use. People in these countries can end up spending food money on cigarettes because they are addicted to nicotine.
If that sounds too harsh to smokers, then they are in dire need of a reality check. Rob, England Yes - let's ban it once and for all. For example, a number of students smoke cigarette, inside tobacco free campuses. As we all know, smoking is a very serious health problem, because it will cause many disease such like cancer and bronchitis. In my opinion though this attitude is all part of the evil of Nicotine Addiction. I believe that smoking is bad and that it should be banned.