Alcohol%2c Tobacco%2c Drugs worksheet

Alcohol%2c Tobacco%2c Drugs worksheet - quitting? 10....

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Chapters 9 and 10- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs 1. What are the percentages of people who consume/do not consume alcohol? 2. How many ounces of alcohol equal one drink? 3. List 5 effects of alcohol (on the body). 4. Define and give one example of intoxication. 5. What are the three most harmful substances in tobacco smoke and which one is most harmful to the lungs? 6. What percent of all cancer deaths does smoking play a part? 7. What percent of lung cancer deaths are caused by smoking? 8. On average, how many attempts does it take someone to quit smoking? 9. What has been found to increase the chances of a smoker permanently
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Unformatted text preview: quitting? 10. Define environmental tobacco smoke. 11. Smoking during pregnancy is associated with what risks? 12. Define and give one example of tolerance. 13. Alcohol is related to which types of cancer? 14. Define and give an example of a psychoactive drug. 15. Which substance is most likely to be associated with violence? 16. What percentage of American adults drink occasionally? 17. What illicit drug is most commonly used among people 12 and older? 18. Where does the government spend its’ money fighting the drug war? 19. What is the most popular psychoactive drug?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course HLTH 1113 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Central Oklahoma.

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