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SMOKING, DRINKING AND ILLEGAL DRUGS

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SMOKING, DRINKING AND ILLEGAL DRUGS
Learning Objectives
ASSIGNMENT
REFERENCES
Isabatas Na! Sin Tax is Anti-Cancer Tax: A Primer for Pro-Health Citizens, Global Adult Tobacco Survey Philippines (2009)

http://www.lung.org/stop-smoking/smoking-facts/health-effects-of-smoking.html

http://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/fact-sheets/mens-health.htm
ACTIVITY
DRUGS
SMOKING FACTS
1. Share smoking facts to others.
2. Make a list of the negative effects of alcohol drinking on one's health, relationships, and society
3. Make a list of the different kinds of illegal drugs.
4. Explain how drugs destroy one's body and life.

Estimated
number of Filipinos aged 15 and older who smoke
, according to the 2009 Philippine Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS)
17.3M
70
Estimated
number of carcinogens
, or cancer-causing ingredients, contained in
a
cigarette stick
Acetone
– found in nail polish remover
Acetic Acid
– an ingredient in hair dye
Ammonia
– a common household cleaner
Arsenic
– used in rat poison
Benzene
– found in rubber cement
Butane
– used in lighter fluid
Cadmium
– active component in battery acid
Carbon Monoxide
– released in car exhaust fumes
Formaldehyde
– embalming fluid
Hexamine
– found in barbecue lighter fluid
Lead
– used in batteries
Naphthalene
– an ingredient in mothballs
Methanol
– a main component in rocket fuel
Nicotine
– used as insecticide
Tar
– material for paving roads
Toluene
- used to manufacture paint
10.6
Average
number of cigarettes
smoked
per day
by daily cigarette smokers in the Philippines (GATS, 2009)
Estimated proportion of Filipino students who live in homes
where other people smoke
2 of 5
71%
Percentage of
lung cancer deaths
in the world that can be
attributed to tobacco
2M
Estimated
reduction in number of smokers
in the Philippines by 2016
if tobacco taxes were increased by 10%
, according to the DOH
NICOTINE
the
chemical
in cigarettes that
causes addiction
E-CIGARETTE
Quitting smoking for good

often
requires multiple attempts
. Using
counseling
or
medication
alone increases the chance of a quit attempt being successful; the
combination
of both is even
more effective
ALCOHOLISM
Alcoholics Anonymous Philippines
- a
chemical substance
that brings about
physical
,
emotional
, or
behavioral
change
DRUG
DRUG ABUSE
-the
use of chemical substance
resulting in
physical, mental, or social

impairment
.
TYPES OF DRUGS
-STIMULANTS
-HALLUCINOGENS
-SEDATIVES
-NARCOTICS
COMMONLY ABUSED ILLEGAL DRUGS
SHABU
(metamphetamine hydrochloride)
COMMONLY ABUSED ILLEGAL DRUGS
ECSTACY
-acts simultaneously as a stimulant & as a hallucinogen
-associated with music & dance culture
COMMONLY ABUSED ILLEGAL DRUGS
MARIJUANA
(Cannabis)
ENUMERATE WAYS HOW TO SAY “NO” TO DRUGS
(at least 5 ways)
Make an
INFOGRAPHIC
on the following topics:
a. Facts about Smoking
b. Facts about Alcoholism
c. Illegal drugs
*Select only 1
Information graphics or infographics
are
graphic visual representations of information
,
data or knowledge
intended to
present information quickly and clearly
.
You can create your own Infographics at this site,
piktochart.com
-Be creative as possible!
-Cite your references/ sources
-Submit as jpeg/jpg/png format
ONLY
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