According to ASH, smoking is the root cause for more than half of the people in danger of early death among social classes (Ash 2012, p.1). It has been proven that people who start smoking quite early are from poor social groups, which make them long-term smokers and contributes to premature deaths. Appropriate measures must be taken regarding this issue in order to deal with it effectively.
Complications associated with smoking tobacco has necessitated the need for in-depth analysis of the situation and monitoring of effects to the society. It is for this reason that the following paper seeks to illustrate the effects of smoking tobacco to the society, and measures taken through health and social care programs. The paper will focus on the health, economic and legal implications of smoking tobacco. In addition, suggested solutions to the smoking menace will be highlighted
This research paper aims highlighting the effects of tobacco smoking on health and the economy while illustrating measures taken to curb the ever increasing prevalence of smoking. In addition, the research seeks to highlight the purpose of health and social care service and the role it plays in assisting those in need of rescue.
The study adopted a mixed method of research, which incorporated qualitative and quantitative research approaches while relying on direct sources of data to investigate the detrimental effects of tobacco smoking on health and the economy. In most cases, qualitative research facilitates quantitative research by identifying topic for an appropriate research method. Qualitative research is characterized by an approach that seeks to describe and analyze the culture and behavior of a sample and their group. By the use of this approach, the researcher invests time and effort, spending a considerable time observing the subjects of his/her research. With this regard, the researcher spent time gathering data