What would you like to do?
it may be a rebellious attempt at something. peer pressure. some times kids will use it for relief. others think its cool. and the othe…r, others ma just want some attention, or they've waited so long for attention that they just don't care any more.
teens stop cuz they dont want to die
some kids think it is "cool"umm some do it b/c they no that there parents wouldn't approve and they want to go againt there parents b/c they made them mad some do it b/c beliv…e it or not peer pressure wen i was a kid they was the only reason i started drinking
ppl smoke all around the world
By marketing their products in ways that appeal to teens - trying to make their packaging look more like candy is one way that they try to encourage teens to smoke.
um alot!@!@!@ my high school alown has 2000 kids and about everyone there smokes and were just one school
Technically, you could go to juvenille detention center. 99% of the time you will get off with a warning. but if you're caught in school, or something like that you might… have to go to a quitting smoking class.
anything from black gums to lung cancer
That they will become addicted to nicotine, continue to chew or use snuff, and develop various forms of oral and throat cancer down the line.
Why Teens smoke? *To look cool *To be like a famous person *Peer pressure *Wanna to try it *My parents or family members to smoke *Wanting more r…esponsibly *Media Literacy Now reasons to stay a nonsmoker! *Fresh Breath *Healthy Skin *More Energy *Fewer Allergies *Saving Money *Being honest with parents and friends *Better smelling clothes and hair
Use of smokeless tobacco among teens had been showing a decline over the past decade-until 2009.According to the survey, current use of smokeless tobacco among 8th-graders was… 3.7 percent and 6.5 percent for 10th-graders. Among 12th-graders, 8.4 percent reported using smokeless tobacco in the last month, a number not seen since 1999.
Don't give them money to buy cigarettes..
One hundred percent.
Fewer than one out of four teens smoke.
There are many ways the media influences teen tobacco use. One way is modeling. If a celebrity uses tobacco, teens may see it as 'cool' and want to do it. If they see celebrit…ies eschewing tobacco use, they may think smoking is bad and not want to do it. Another way is exposure. Merely being exposed to images of people smoking may increase a teen's desire to smoke (even if it is not someone they admire). Any way the media can make smoking seem cool or not cool will affect teen tobacco use.