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Smoking doesn't pick and choose their victims, smoking can affect both young and old whether they smoke or not. Second had some can be just as dangerous.
Smoking affects older and younger smokers in different ways, and the two groups may think differently about quitting smoking. But the ultimate effect is the same. Smoking kills. read more
Smoking effects everybody but it has more of an effect on people that have been smoking longer. It also effects the people that were exposed to the smoke. An older person I know was really sick for a long time because he smokes a lot. It is also common for smokers to cough a lot like they are choking. I have choked and had trouble breathing because of second hand smoke.
When a young person starts smoking it significantly changes their behavior and their health. It can take up a lot of their time and money. They start to look and act older but it usually takes time to develop major health problems. It also causes them to smell a lot. So non smokers might not want to be around them.
Smoking will equally affect both young and old people. It will bring many serious health problems including heart attack, nervous disorder and loss of memory power. Many young people have lost their good health with this bad habit. The old people will lose their immunity power and get respiratory problem when they don't stop smoking.
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