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Tobacco use has been growing faster among adolescents than any other age group. 90 percent of smokers started smoking in their adolescent years and continued throughout their lives. Young persons who take up smoking will likely smoke for up to 20 years.

It is a sad but true reality that these teens seem to believe that they are invulnerable to the harshness of the world never mind even considering the harmful affects of smoking. This naivety sparks the initial cigarette, which leads to the future addiction. Every day around 6000 US teenagers try smoking and 3000 of them will become regular smokers for life.

Why does smoking start at such a young age? Well, here is a start. Remember candy cigarettes? Remember how we used to puff on them as if they were real? As children, we used to get them in our Christmas stockings as gifts. Advertising plays a giant role in what we perceive things to be and what we want to aspire to be. The wizards of the giant tobacco industry’s advertising programs have bombarded tobacco prevention specialists in their cause to stop advertising campaigns against children. Camel cigarette sales went up $6 million dollars after the Joe Camel campaign taking over 32% of the total youth market. Who didn’t want to be as cool as the Marlboro Man in their later teens?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


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