Smoking.AnswerDepends. Smokers are IIRC four times more likely to die from the health consequencs of smoking than drinkers are to die from the health consequences of drinking, e.g., cirrhosis of the liver. But smoking doesn't impair your performance at work or school, damage your brain, or ruin your life when you're young. No one ever lost his job and family because he smoked too much, or killed the occupants of an oncoming car, or ended up attending AA meetings or a bum in the gutter. So smoking seems to be worse from the health perspective, drinking from the perspective of the effect it has on your day-to-day life when you're younger.
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It depends on whom you ask! Tobacco Control will tell you smoking and 'Alcohol Control' will tell you drinking. And, there again, 'Obesity Control' will tell you eating Big Macs. The honest answer is that they haven't the slightest idea. Any medical condition is not 'caused' by a single cause but has several or many contributing factors. These factors enormously from one person to another.
Almost forgot! A politician will tell you the biggest vote winner. The pharmaceutical company will tell you the one they stand to make most bucks on .
Drinking is worse because it kills out you brains cells,and destroys your liver and hardens it......:( But myself i prefer no one to smoke or drink.
Smoking gives you cancer,kills over 100,000 people a day , makes you feel sick in the morning gives you breathing problem's don't smoke please.
Marijuana, although illegal, does not have as many negative side effects as alcohol can have. Both, in moderation are fine (although I cannot do both at once) but neither should be done in excess. Overindulgence in alcohol can cause many adverse reactions such as alcohol poisoning and death and there are no documented (medically or otherwise) cases of marijuana overdose.
Smoking is always bad for health but only drinking abusively is bad for health. Drinking in moderation promotes better health and greater longevity than not drinking.
Kill you and kill you, not necessarily in that order.
Smoking is very bad and can hurt your lungs to make you die.......while drinking, if you drink to much you could end up getting drunk and die. I say not to do either of them.
Secondhand smoking means the passive smoking and passive smoking is worse even than smoking cigarettes.
Considering both sugar and smoking are completely different topics this is hard to answer. Smoking is worse for your lungs, sugar for your overall weight.
there is no difference
Smoking is bad regardless of when you start smoking. And the longer you smoke the worse it is for you health.
No, not at all. Smoking and drinking may make it difficult to have sex, however, after long use.
Snorting cocaine is significantly worse than smoking marijuana. If you do your research smoking marijuana over the age of 25 causes very little harm.