HLTH106_TobaccoDay2

HLTH106_TobaccoDay2 - Tobacco Part II November 3 2011 HLTH 106 Last Week Overview History of tobacco Traditional versus commercial use Consequences

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Tobacco – Part II November 3, 2011 HLTH 106
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Last Week – Overview History of tobacco Traditional versus commercial use Consequences of tobacco use Adverse effects on health Tobacco regulation Master Settlement Agreement New tobacco products Impact on cessation efforts Impact on re-initiation by ex-smokers Impact on initiation by never smokers
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Today’s Lecture – Overview Global tobacco use Tobacco prevention and intervention
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Tobacco Epidemic – Developed World Percent of Adults Who Smoke 25% 2000 0% 1900 1950 Smoking Deaths 40% Percent of Deaths Caused by Smoking 0% Tobacco Control Efforts
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Tobacco Epidemic: Developing World Percent of Adults Who Smoke 25% 2000 0% 1950 Smoking Deaths 40% Percent of Deaths Caused by Smoking 0%
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Burden of Tobacco Deaths Shifting Source: adapted by CTLT from Peto, R. and Lopez, A. (2001). 2000 2030 Developed 2 ~3 Developing ~2 ~7 World Total 4 ~10 Annual World Tobacco Deaths (in Millions)
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The Global Tobacco Health Burden Single most important cause of preventable deaths in the world Projected to be the leading cause of death by 2020s one in eight deaths 70% of tobacco deaths in the 2020s will be in developing countries
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Examples from the history of tobacco use in the U.S.
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1930s: Soothe the Throat, Fool the Body Source: Tobacco Documents Online. (TobaccoDocuments.org). Permission granted for educational use.
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1950s: Filter Out the Toxins Source: Tobacco Documents Online. (TobaccoDocuments.org). Permission granted for educational use.
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Bluntly Stated Claims Used in the 1970s Source: Tobacco Documents Online. (TobaccoDocuments.org). Permission granted for educational use.
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Source: Tobacco Documents Online. (TobaccoDocuments.org). Permission granted for educational use.
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course HLTH 160 taught by Professor A.bayley during the Fall '11 term at Maryland.

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HLTH106_TobaccoDay2 - Tobacco Part II November 3 2011 HLTH 106 Last Week Overview History of tobacco Traditional versus commercial use Consequences

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