The average smoker spends between $1,500- $3,300 a year on smokes.
Despite not being able to legally purchase cigarettes in both America and parts of Europe, it is legal for minors to smoke them.
One session of smoking tobacco with a Hookah will deliver 25 x more tar than one cigarette.
Second hand smoking causes approximately 50,000 deaths per year in the U.S.
Every day, there are about 15,000,000,000 cigarettes smoked around the world.
Smoking a cigarette near an Apple Computer voids the warranty.
About 1/3 of the smokers in the world are Chinese.
Just one cigarette has over 4,800 different chemicals. 69 of them are known carcinogens.
In the U.S. alone, approximately 4,000 teens try their first cigarette per day. Nearly 1,000 teens start smoking on a constant basis.
Cigarette smokers have been shown to most likely choose to quit smoking on a Monday.
By avoiding consuming alcohol and smoking cigarettes while maintaining a good diet and exercising regularly, you can prevent nearly 30% of all cancers.
Despite having nearly 30 cancer-related surgeries due to smoking, Freud never quit.
It takes only 48 hours from the time that you quit smoking for your nerve endings to start to regrow, helping your sense of smell and taste go back to normal.
The second president of The U.S.A. John Adams started smoking at the age of 8.
Approximately 1/3 of the entire adult population of the world smokes.
Studies have shown that smoking cigarettes causes your hair to turn grey faster.
By smoking cigarettes, your chances of a heart attack increase to 200-400% higher than a non-smoker.
Each year, 1 in 5 deaths in the U.S. are a result of smoking cigarettes.