Causes for Teenage Smoking?


One of the main causes for teenage smoking is peer pressure. Many teenagers may think that smoking looks cool, and they may choose to begin smoking in order to fit in with their friends. However, cigarettes are very dangerous and addictive, so a person that starts due to peer pressure will likely have a very difficult time quitting the habit. Since smoking has been linked to many serious illnesses, such as lung cancer, which can lead to death, it is recommended for anyone of any age to not begin smoking at all to avoid the trouble that comes with attempting to quit.
Q&A Related to "Causes for Teenage Smoking?"
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