SMOKING STATISTICS

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Smoking related diseases kills 1 in 10 people globally.

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Smoking Statistics Over Last Decade (1999-2009)
Australian Smoking Statistics In 2009
Smoking and Lung Cancer Correlations in the United States
Some Alarming Tobacco Statistics
Smoking Statistics Since 1950
Smoking and Lung Cancer Statistics
Smoking During Pregnancy
Leading Death Related Smoking Illnesses

Smoking During Pregnancy
Although many doctors may have differing opinions on what is or isn't okay for a pregnant woman to do, there is one activity that you'll find no doctor approves of. This activity is smoking.

In Days of Old
In days of old it may have been considered cool to smoke. Today with all the results of studies showing life threatening diseases and illnesses we realize it is not cool at all to smoke. But the addiction to nicotine is said to be comparable to heroin, so it is not an easy habit to break.
What is Going on With Our Teens Today
The teenage smoking statistics reveal many hard, cold facts about what is going on with our teens today. Every single day of our lives, over 3000 teenagers begin to smoke cigarettes and go on to become daily steady smokers.

What's Inside a Cigarette?
Carcinogenic Chemicals
Pesticides, TSNAs (Tobacco-Specific N Nitrosamines), Benzene, Formaldehyde
Toxic Metal Chemicals
Arsenic, Cadmium
Poisonous Chemicals
Acetone, Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Nicotine, Hydrogen Cyanide, Tar

Smoking and Cancer Know the Facts
  • Lung cancer is the leading cause of death for men and women, 90% of lung cancer rates in men is caused by smoking and 80% in women
  • Men who smoke are 23 times more likely to get lung cancer and women are 13 times more likely
  • Smoking causes 87% of lung cancer deaths
  • Smoking is responsible for a lot of cancers namely cancer of larynx, oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus and bladder

  • 2009 Smoking Statistics, All rights reserved.