Don't smoke

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Anti smoking Ad campaignBy amanda cramer

1000 BCETobacco grew in north amerira first and then was taken to the rest of the world

In the 16th, 17th & 18th century tobacco is used as medicine(for example: tobacco smoke enemas)

1884The cigarette making machine is inventedIt can produce the same amount of cigarettes in a day that previously took 488 people to do

During WW1 James Duke offers free cigarettes to the troops

Women and SmokingWomen are targeted and are encouraged to hold their cigarettes high as torches of freedomThis is considered to be the soft sell

In 1945 scientists discover that cigarettes are addictive

1964 U.S. Surgeon General publishes a report on the health consequences of smoking.

Deception and manipulation by the tobacco industryThe 5 Ss- sex- slimness- sophistication- success- status

1993EPA and SHS publish a report that states second hand smoke kills!

B.C. passes legislation

1986 businesses must have smoke free work environments1987 Canada bans tobacco ads1994 Law passed you must be 19 years old to buy tobacco

1995 Supreme Court Ruling- tobacco companies can sell and advertise- warnings must be posted on all packages

It is estimated that by the year 2030Tobacco related illnessesWill be the #1 cause of death