Is your life worth it?

Be a fighter; Put down the lighter. By Keely Shaw


  1. Lung cancer
  2. Cancer in the oral cavity
  3. Kidney cancer
  4. Stomach cancer
  5. Bladder cancer
So many cancers can happen.....

Statistics for your infomation

  • 90% of people smoke before age 19
  • 30% of teens will continue to smoke and will die early
  • 1.5 million packs of cigarettes are bought for minors annually
  • A teen who smokes will die 13 to 14 years earlier than a non-smoker

Ingredents in Chew and Smoke

  • Benzene: used in car fuel
  • Ammonia: toilet cleaner
  • Acetone: nail polish remover
  • Tar: used on roads we drive on
Chew and cigarettes are full of chemicals. Its like cancer in a can and in a stick.
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The picture above describes what happens to a smoker, over time, when they quit smoking. Is it really worth becoming a smoker just to be cool?

Ways to stop smoking

There are always ways to stop smoking or chewing. Here are some of those ways:
  • Chew gum
  • Have a lollipop
  • Learn a new skill
  • Exercise
  • Do stuff with your hands; but it can be reaching for chew or a cigarette
  • Put on a non-smoker patch
There are so many things you can do. It is your choice: Take the harmful cancer stick or cancer in a can and die early, or be the bigger person and live a long healthy life? Its your choice.
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Children of smokers are more at risk for more health problems. Don't grow up to be "that" parent.
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It says right on the can! "WARNING:..." It not a safe choice. Don't do chew. Don't smoke. It ends up all bad in the end.