Smoking is slowly becoming a thing of the past, in the states it no longer is the in thing to do as it was throughout the 90’s and 00’s. Everywhere you show up it is non smoking inside or out, colleges have become non smoking campuses, no longer do airports or restaurants have designated smoking areas, NY or California set the beginning and now everyone has followed. The non profit organizations have hit hard and in all the right places. In fact some of the commercials they put on are simply enough to scare the crap out of an upcoming teen to even think about starting, but yet they will pop a molly just as soon.
Are we a more health conscious place now
While it all sounds good and should absolutely lower cancer rates among the newer generations is it doing that? Actually they claim that lung cancer has increased among women as a whole but has lowered several thousand cases in the last few years. The problem is was it a trade off for the toxic foods that food companies continually introduce into our markets. Are cancer rates climbing as a whole, for example are we seeing more colon cancer but lower lung cancer rates. Are we seeing more brain cancer as a result of increased technology, we will see how the latest electric company infringement works out with smart grid waves increasing cancer rates. The acceptance of highly toxic foods coming in from corrupt companies attempting to feed us shit in order to get the stock price jumping. They claim it will not affect us short term so by the time we are dying from the antibiotic induced meats or the chemically enhances veggies we feed our families, it is far too late to know where it came from.
Consciously we are more so than before, but reality says different. Even without the smoking, the toxicity, the radiations that increase daily, the deals corruption makes with dirty foreign entities on the food we feed our precious children. Is it more safe? Not a chance, while I do not have numbers on cancer cases recent enough to list, it doesn’t take rocket science to figure out that we are absolutely increasing cancer rate at alarming speed. Another thing to note is that cancer is not a genetic disease, we get cancer from the way we live. Perhaps a chest level microwave for several years will cause breast cancer or lung cancer. Perhaps living near a dump will cause brain cancer, or living in areas with higher level of radiation will absolutely nail us. Could it be our water supplies that are tainted from the testing done years earlier.
Do cancer rates happen more often in certain parts of the U.S. than other parts? Will the cease on smoking actually lower cancer rates or is it all bullshit?