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Transcript of Smoking Cessation
19.1% of teen Females
19.8% of teen Males
17.3% of adult Women
21.5% of adult Men
Breakdown by Gender
Breakdown by Age
20.1% of adults 18-24
22.0% of adults 25-44
21.1% of adults 45-64
9.5% of adults 65+
Breakdown by Education
45.2% of adults with a GED
33.8% of adults with 9-11 years edu.
23.8% of adults with a high school diploma
9.9% of adults with undergraduate degree
6.3% of adults with post-graduate degree
Breakdown by Poverty Level
28.9% of adults below poverty level
18.3% of adults at or above poverty level
Tobacco use in teens
80% of smoking adults start before age 18
use of smokeless tobacco increases likelihood of adult smoking
associated with high risk behaviors; alcohol & drug use, risky sexual behaviors
Why do teens start smoking?
low socio-economic status
use by peers or siblings
exposure to smoking in movies and advertisements
parents who smoke/lack of involvement
accessibility & price of tobacco products
hARMFUL EFFECTS ON THE BODY
NICOTINE IS A DRUG & IT'S BAD
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stages of change
Planning or Preparation
quit smoking Timeline
2 wks-3 months
Low birth Weight
Cuts off supply of oxygen to the baby
Effects on Pregnancy
the five a's