Tobacco clearly takes a significant toll on the lives of Americans, causing 450,000 premature deaths each year, and drastic measures should be taken to eliminate the habit from our lives, including, some say, banning cigarettes. But others argue that, in today's society, such a goal is overly idealistic, and would be extremely difficult to implement.
cigarette is something which people do not quit easily. while you believe that cigarette leads to rising death tolls, it is not solely cigarette that damages our body. for all you may know it contributes the least. the food we consume,the air we intake, these damage our body. how many real life examples can you give where people have solely died of cigarettes?