Why prevention better than cure tobacco addiction?
2.It's healthier not to take tobacco at all, then to take and then stop (the real problems begin when you stop)
3.There is a bigger chance to start taking tobacco again if you consumed it in the past. Addiction is never totally cured.
Cure used as a noun: Penicillin was the first cure for many bad infections. That clinic says they have a cure for baldness. Cure used as a verb: Honey will make a cough feel better but it will not cure it. You can cure meat and fish by keeping it in salt. You cure concrete by keeping it damp. You cure rubber and tobacco by fermentation.
Prevention is better than cure, means that performing a little maintenance is better than having to fix something. This can be in the context of something tangible, such as a car, where doing a little maintenance on it every month is better/ cheaper than having to fix it when something breaks. It can also be in the context of something intangible, like a relationship, where addressing an issue or a problem with someone is better…
Tobacco is made from the tobacco plant. It is best grown in a warm climate and is carefully drained in fertilized soil. This rich soil is found in most southern states. You then cure tobacco for seventy to ninety days, after it is harvested. Curing tobacco involves drying sap from it. This process makes many chemical changes in the tobacco plant that improves its flavor. Fresh tobacco has a bitter taste. It is put into…
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Prevention is much better because the cures do not exist. Chemotherapy for cancer may help, depending on the type of cancer and how advanced it is. Treatment can be a miserable process. For emphysema or other lung disorder, you are always chasing the progression of the disease with medication and oxygen.
Ben Franklin said that an ounce of prevention is greater than a pound of cure, because it is easier to prevent a disease/illness/medical problem than is it to cure it. That is as true today as it was in the 1770s. A lot of medical problems take a great effort to cure, and some are incurable. Prevention is the first answer to medical problems.