While smoking rates have declined in the USA, there are more than 35 million smokers out there!
There are only a few amounts of data about whether the current smoking habits of people trying to quit smoking are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charles H Heinekens is a Dr who received a Ph.D. He is the first professor of medicine at the Florida Atlantic University’s College of Medicine. Dr. Heinekens examined changes in the current smoking habits and examined the increases and decreases in smoking in the COVID-19 pandemic. He checked the number of people who were addicted to tobacco.
Smoking not only is dangerous to health, but it is also bad for the environment as well. A cigarette contains so many toxic chemicals. There are 50+ deadly chemicals inside of it. So when you ignite a cigarette, all of these chemicals create pollution and kill your surrounding wildlife. Let’s stop smoking and take action to make our beloved earth a better place to live! It addresses two things: taking care of our own health and taking care of the planet!
Author: Sri Nihal Tammana
Source: Florida Atlantic University
PC: Florida Atlantic University