Therefore, the opponents of this subject believe that since it is the right of every citizen to do anything that is recognized as legal, it is very wrong to impose a total ban on smoking, especially in campuses.
The most important thing is to ensure that students follow the laid down rules and regulations such as the strict use of the recommended areas of smoking.
Other types of tobacco-related cancers include mouth cancer, cancer of the larynx, cancer of the throat and esophagus and cancer of the bladder.
There is also a very close connection between cigarette smoking and the occurrence of the cancers of the kidney, pancreas, stomach and the cervix.
It is obvious that students know the negative effects of smoking cigarettes.
For instance, it is expensive for them and it may also reduce their lifetime. Currently, at least forty three colleges in the USA have imposed a total ban on cigarette smoking in their campuses and this trend is increasing especially among commuter schools and community colleges (Merrill 40).
Cigarette smoking can also cause lung damage which begins at the early stages of smoking.
Cigarette smokers encounter many problems with their lungs as compared to non-smokers and this situation gets worse when an individual increases his/her capacity to smoke.
Most of these chemicals are also known to cause lung diseases and heart problems.
Some of these chemicals include cyanide, benzene, methanol, ammonia, formaldehyde and acetylene (Merrill 45).