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What makes cigarettes so bad for you?

The oxygen and the flame of lighting a cigarette causes the tobacco leaves to ignite, which releases smoke. The smoke, carrying drugs like nicotine, get absorbed deep in your lungs. From there, it travels into your blood and triggers your brain pleasure centers. Chemicals from the cigarette permeate into your blood, causing mutations in your DNA and cancers throughout your entire body.

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