"The Silent Killer." What are the dangers and effects of smoking? How did smoking get started? The effects smoking has on teens and more are in this essay.

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Today I'm going to talk to you about the silent killer. The world's most dangerous, most widely used substance of abuse. Forty-six million Americans are addicted to the invisible drug. It is as addictive as cocaine and heroine, yet its makers continue producing and distributing it nationwide. The invisible drug is hidden within the leaf of a plant. When it's smoked, it releases over two thousand chemical poisons along with one of the world's most …

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…future. The federal government has failed to protect the public from the hazards of the invisible drug. Because they are not doing much concerning the situation, we will have to do what we can to help the situation. Things like writing our representatives, proposing smoke-free environment bills and participating in anti-smoke programs. But one of the best things that I can tell you that will help yourself and your environment is to think, don't smoke.