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Smoking a Pipr
Transcript of Smoking a Pipr
Along with tobacco associated diseases caused by smoking a cigar.
Smoking a Pipe
Can cause the following types of cancer:
Bad taste in mouth.
Smelly hair and clothes.
Lost athletic ability.
Addiction to nicotine.
Increased risk of early death from coronary heart disease
Smoking is not permitted in any indoor enclosed area to which the general public is invited or permitted, including restaurants, bars and gaming facilities; see the state law cited ... for a more detailed list.DEL. CODE ANN. tit. 16, Â§Â§ 2901 et seq. (2002).
It shall be unlawful for any person to sell or distribute any tobacco product or tobacco substitute as defined to another person who has not attained the age of 18 years or to purchase any tobacco product or tobacco substitute on behalf of another such person, except the parent or guardian of such person. Violators shall be fined $250 for the first offense, $500 for the second offense, and $1,000 for the third and all subsequent offenses within 12 months...
Code 16:29-2903 (2002) prohibits smoking in public and nonpublic schools. Administrative Code 14:877 (2003) requires each school district and charter school to have a policy that prohibits the use of or distribution of tobacco products in school buildings, on school grounds, in school leased or owned vehicles, even when they are not used for student purposes, and at all school affiliated functions. Note: Delaware meets CDC's definition of a comprehensive tobacco-free schools policy.
Water pipes, or hookahs, originated in ancient Persia and India about 400 years ago and are still popular today. Hookahs are filled with fragrant tobaccos in a variety of flavors, such as cherry, apple, or mint.
Go online to Smokefree.gov, a website created by NCI’s Tobacco Control Research Branch, and use the Step-by-Step Quit Guide.
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