probably, smoking pot screws up everything about you
Yes; any smoking or inhalation of smoke can cause coughing and wheezing. Second-hand smoke has the same potential to cause coughing and wheezing as does direct inhalation.
Smoking weed is known to be bad for one's teeth. Smoking an abundance of marijuana over an extended period can cause yellowing of the teeth and even worse, tooth decay.
No. The number 1 cause is heart disease. However, that is an effect of smoking, furthermore, smoking also causes the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th leading causes of death, which are cancer, stroke, and chronic lower respiratory disease, respectively. Smoking can not be called a cause of death by itself; it simply causes diseases that account for more deaths that anything else.
second hand smoke cause more deaths. smoking really isn't that dangerous, it is just easier to blame many things, like lung cancer, on one thing.
Smoke can cause wheezing because if you think about it all the nicotine and all that fluid coming of one cigarette can cause lung damage which may cause a caution in the respiration system system so using the once your body has taking in all that bad body air it keeps it in there and try to find a way and its coming out your mouth so there for it may cause wheezing its just like your smoking the cigarette yourself
The Forget-Me-Not is a "shy" plant as touching it makes it droop. Placing a lighter under one of its leaves will cause it to droop then lets a little moisture into the air.
The main symptom of myasthenia gfravis is one droopy eyelid
Smoking. smoking, and breathing in smoke.
one thing is smoking
dose macular degeneration cause eye to water
Smoking is one cause of lung cancer.
It can cause harm to the fetus. I had a miscarriage from smoking.
The number one cause of deaths in America is smoking. it is VERY bad for you and your health.
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Yes. Smoking over time will cause your lungs to go black and then will cause cancer. And it can cause more than lung cancer. Smoking puts hundreds of toxins into your body and blood stream.
Despite the previous version of the answer, there is no credible evidence at all for radiation from television, cellphones or computers causing either temporary or permanent blindness. Looking at the sun can overwhelm the retinal cells and cause temporary blindness, but may also very easily cause permanent damage. There are a number of causes of temporary blindness, but most temporary blindness results from sudden temporary changes in blood pressure, such as aortic dissection, basilar artery or retinal migraine, cardiac or carotid emboli, choroidal or retinal vascular spasm, hyperviscosity, severe occlusive carotid disease. Stress responses (temporary blindness is sometimes seen in soldiers in conflict) or mild strokes may also have the same effect. Other causes of temporary blindness may result from chemical or biochemical poisons such as Pepper Spray, or plants such as daphne or spurge.