The Correlation Between Cigarettes and Multiple Sclerosis
For decades now, people have been aware of the many side effects associated with smoking. Cigarettes have thousands of different chemicals and carcinogens packed inside their small, smoke-able packs and are responsible for lots of different diseases. Common illnesses and diseases associated with smoking is COPD, Emphysema, cancers of the lungs, mouth, and throat, and heart disease. Along with its disease-causing nature, cigarettes also put smokers and anyone exposed to second hand smoke, at risk of hundreds of other diseases. Not only do cigarettes cause disease, they also exacerbate most illnesses and diseases.