Be smart, Don't start!

-By Esme & Rebeca- :)

Kills the people around you.

Death Toll: Cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the United States, including an estimated 42,000 deaths resulting from secondhand smoke exposure. This is about one in five deaths annually, or 1,300 deaths every day.

Don't give it power to do its killing.


Ammonia: Used in cleaners and nail polish.

Benzene: Used in gasoline and causes several cancers including leukemia.

Nickel: -Causes bronchial asthma and upper respiratory irritation. A known carcinogen.

Resorcinol: -Used in resins, adhesives(glue), and laminates. Irritates eyes and skin.

Acetone: Used in nail polish removers. Irritates the eyes, nose and throat. Long-term exposure can damage the liver and kidneys.

Tar: Used for paving roads. Consists of several cancer-causing chemicals.

Lead: Used in paint and metal alloys. Lead damages the nerves in the brain, as well as the kidneys and the human reproductive system.

Are e-cigarettes dangerous?
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