View the Surgeon General's 2010 report, "How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease." The report describes in detail how tobacco smoke damages the human body. For more information, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ever wonder how much money you spend on cigarettes in a month? A year? Use the Smoking Calculator to find out. The results may surprise you when you think of all the other things you could have done with that money.
Think that's just tobacco you're smoking? Think again. Cigarette's contain things like formaldehyde, toluene (one of the components in dynamite and gasoline), and cadmium (the stuff that runs your rechargable batteries). Check out The Useful Cigarette to find out what else is lurking in there.
Below is a list of fact sheets about tobacco use
that can be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: