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Tobacco

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Transcript of Tobacco

Thank You!
Types Of Tobacco
Bidis: Hand-rolled Cigarettes
Street names
smokes
cig
ciggy
bone
snuff
chew
spit
hubble-bubble
How is tobacco administered?
Short Term Effects
can affect the eyes
smelly clothes
teeth stains
bad breath
premature wrinkles
weight change
gum and tooth loss
Reactin Within the Body
The smoke is inhaled directly into the lungs
The smoke is absorbed by the blood stream and body tissue
Because of the carbon monoxide in the smoke, the blood entering the brain is low on oxygen
This is a health hazard, and can eventually end in death.
Tobacco

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Smokeless Tobacco: Smokeless alternative, that is not better, to cigarettes.
Cigarettes: Combination of cured and chopped tobacco, stuffed or rolled into a paper cylinder
Cigars, Cigarillos, and Little Cigars: Air-cured or dried tobacco
Dissolvable Tobacco: Finely cut tobacco that dissolves in the mouth.
Pipe: Reusable holder to smoke tobacco
Kreteks: Clove cigarettes
E-Cigarettes: Battery-powered cigarettes
Hookah: Pipe used to smoke tobacco
sniffing
swallowing
smoking
Long Term Effects
asthma
tuberculosis
pneumonia
cancer in the lungs, stomach, lips, and liver
risk of stroke
pregnancy complications
respiratory problems
Legal Consequences
If you are under the age of 18 and you purchase tobacco products, you could be fined for at least $200
The vendor may suffer from these consquences as well
Emotional Consequences
stress
anxiety
depression
fatigue
euphoria
irritability
isolation
Social Consequences
may be excluded from social gatherings
could be bullied because of the yellow teeth and bad breath

Statistics
Age at which people smoke:
under age: 15.7%
18-24: 18.7%
25-44: 20.1%
45-64: 19.9%
65+: 8.8%
How to Avoid Peer Pressure
say no and say why
come up with an alternative idea
begin performing that alternative idea
show them that you don't want to
outplay the pressure
Positive Alternatives
chew sugar free gum
chew toothpicks
eat dark chocolate
do yoga
go running
Famous Deaths and Arrests from Tobacco
because its legal, no one has gotten arrested, but under age children could be fined.
deaths: Babe Ruth, John Wayne, Lucille Ball, Humphry Bogart, and Richard Boone.
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