Why are these topics constantly coming up? They come up frequently because they are true.Smoking is one of the leading causes of respiratory disorders and it is completely preventable. If you don’t smoke you greatly reduce your risk of many respiratory problems. But why do people still smoke when they know it is bad for them? Usually it starts with peer pressure and then it becomes a physical addiction.Obesity on the other hand is not an addiction. Life for us in the 21st century has become very easy. We can play games, order pizza, and consume large amounts of sugar-laden soft drinks, all from the comfort of our couch. People in North America are consuming more and exercising less and this has led to an increase in obesity. In turn, this has led to an increase in circulatory system disorders, as well as complications in the endocrine system.Both of these issues have an impact on health and the health care system. Your assignment is to select one of these issues and research it using a variety of sources. Don’t just do all your research on the Internet. There are many other sources of information such as your doctor’s office or pharmacy. You will then write a research paper and submit it.What to submit:Your report should be about 600-1000 words in length and should follow proper essay format.Select either obesity or smoking to write about, not both.The paragraphs of your paper should follow the format below:Describe what smoking or obesity is in the introduction of your paper.Medical risks associated with smoking or obesity as well as medical solutions to deal with health complications for each of the following systems:Circulatory systemRespiratory systemDigestive systemDiscuss the social costs associated with smoking or obesity.Discuss the economic costs associated with smoking or obesity.Discuss how lifestyle choices can lead to complications from either smoking or obesity; also include choices that can be made to fix the problems associated with this lifestyle choice.A conclusion that includes your thoughts on the issue.