Effects of tobacco on health - Definition

January 2017


Definition


Tobacco is a plant that is generally consumed in the form of cigarettes. It is extremely harmful, as it is responsible for numerous pathologies. It is especially to blame for many forms of cancer (especially of the lungs, throat, and tongue), ENT troubles (laryngitis and chronic coughs), cardio-vascular pathologies (atheroma, angina pectoris, infarction, stroke, etc.), infertility, impotence, diabetes, etc. Many toxic additives that enter into the composition of cigarettes play a large role in the danger of tobacco.

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Original article published by . Translated by Jeff. Latest update on November 19, 2013 at 10:49 AM by Jeff.
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