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Transcript of TOBACCO

How to recognize and avoid the advertising techniques of tobacco industries There are many dangerous chemicals in a cigarette. Lots of them are found in regular household items. Some of them are:

Acetone: found in nail polish remover
Acetic acid: an ingredient in hair dye
Ammonia : used in common household cleaner
Arsenic: found in rat poison
Benzene: found in rubber cement
Butane : used in lighter fluids
Cadmium: an active component of battery acid
Carbon monoxide: released in car exhaust fumes
Hexamine : found in BBQ lighter fluids
Lead: used in batteries
Naphthalene: an ingredient in moth balls
Toluene: used to manufacture paint What is in a cigarette? Second hand smoke Long-term affects of chewing tobacco There are a lot of affects from chewing tobacco, but some of them are bad breath, stained teeth, sores on the gums and lips, a consistent sore throat, increased heart rate, or difficulty chewing. In some cases you can lose your sense of smell and taste. If you chew tobacco for a consistent amount of time, it can lead to oral cancer, and even hair growing on your tongue. In most tobacco advertisements, the people look happy, active, and young. If you educate yourself on the dangers and effects of tobacco, you could recognize that people that do tobacco, don't look very young, healthy, and they aren't very active. Doing tobacco can damage your health very badly, and can make you look older than you actually are. And, when you do tobacco, it effects your lungs, which makes it hard to do anything active. By Kole, Madi, amd Quinn Tobacco 50% of kids are exposed to second hand smoke approximately 50,000 adults die each year from second hand smoking 42,000 Vermont kids are exposed by secondhand smoke Why is Tobacco detrimental for you health? Tobacco is detrimental for your health because of the dangerous chemicals can give you:
1. Tongue cancer
2. Lip cancer
3. Sores
4. Absolutely horrifying teeth
5. Growths on the lip, tongue or side of mouth.
6. Horrid breath. Effects of secondhand smoke Some of the affects are Heart disease, cancer, Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
Increased number of respiratory infections (such as bronchitis and pneumonia)
More severe and frequent asthma attacks,
Ear infections,
and a chronic cough. This is an advertisement for Newport Pleasure. If the people in the ad really smoked, they would not be able to run around and play sports. They would lose there breath, and can even have a heart attack. The two essential questions
Why is it important to understand what tobacco is, and what effects it has on your body? Why is it important to recognize advertising techniques in the tobacco industry? It is important because tobacco can damage your health, and lead to cancer. Learning more about the dangers and affects of tobacco could prevent people from smoking. Recognizing the techniques of the tobacco industries is very important. In the ads, people look very happy and active. If you educate yourself on the dangers of tobacco, you would know that if those people really did smoke, they would not be active and super happy. Work Cited What’s In A Cigarette?

Tobacco Advertising: Center for Disease Control & Prevention


Tobacco Advertising: American Lung Association

Tobacco Advertising: Center for Disease Control & Prevention

Health Teacher: Tobacco Advertising Techniques http://www.kickbuttsday.org/tobacco_101/toll_us/
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