Stop Teen Smoking
Nicotine addicts millions of children to tobacco products every year. Most of those who don’t quit smoking will die prematurely of tobacco-related diseases, such as cancer and heart disease. I watched my father struggle with his addiction right up until the day that he died of lung cancer. I couldn’t understand why he couldn’t quit. After he passed away violently before my eyes in 1992, I started looking for answers.
Nicotine is more addictive than heroin. Seventy percent of all smokers try to quit every year, but only 10 percent succeed. Four million children under the age of 18 are regular smokers in the U.S. More than 80,000 young people around the world begin smoking every day. The average age of first tobacco use in the United States is 13. Eight people die every minute because of tobacco-related diseases.
Tobacco is one of the most profitable industries in the world. Cigarettes are some of the most addictive and deadly products ever made. Even governments are addicted to tobacco revenues.
If you know someone who is thinking about starting or ending this deadly habit, this book about the dangers of tobacco will help them make a better decision.
For more information and to buy the eBook for just $2.99, please visit www.TobaccoTruth.org/teen-smoking
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