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A. Drop the information about the impact of tobacco to their health to avoid offending the listeners. Smoking Tobaccos can increase the risk of heart disease, including stroke, heart attack, vascular disease, and aneurysm. Cardiovascular disease is responsible for 40 percent of all smoking-related deaths. Smoking is also linked to many other major health conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation, and impaired immune function. Even young smokers aged 26 to 41 report reduced health-related quality of life compared with nonsmoking peers, according to a cross-sectional population study. Recent animal research also identified a pathway between the pancreas and a part of the brain active in nicotine intake, potentially linking cigarette smoking to the risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. B. Mention the issue but downplay it and recommend that listeners do research and decide for themselves.

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