Depends on what you're smoking. Cigarettes have over 2,000 chemicals added and people inhale it. Our lungs were made to breathe in air, not smoke. Scientists have also linked those chemicals to be linked to cancer.
Then you also have the smell that follows you and sets in, which can be bad for you because a lot of people hate it and don't want to be around the odor.
Some cancers grow fast and some grow slow and depending on their location, they can be operable or inoperable.
Although incidences of lung cancer are the highest among smokers, there are many different types of cancer that a person can get on account of smoking.
Smoking start with being a fun thing and then progresses to become a bad habit having the ability to kill you, a slow suicide.
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well cgareetts arent as bad as secondhand smoking it kills most peolpe more than any drug
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