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Toward a Tobacco-Free  Society Chapter 11
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Lecture Outline e Origin/Stats e Tobacco Users e Effects of Nicotine e Distribution in the body e e e e Health Hazards e Treatment
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3 Origin Tobacco and Nicotine Ammonia, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, propane, methane, acetone, hydrogen cyanide
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4 Nicotine Addiction Tobacco : second major cause of death in the world One in ten adults die worldwide (about 5 million deaths each year) 10 million deaths each year by 2025 Half the people that smoke today -that is about 650 million people- will eventually be killed by tobacco.
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5 Smoking and Disease
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6 Who Uses Tobacco? e Characteristics which could increase the potential for use. A parent or sibling uses tobacco Peers use tobacco Child comes from blue-collar family Child comes from low-income home Single parent. Performs poorly in school Child drops out of school Has positive attitudes towards tobacco
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7 Nicotine and Your Body e Inhalation e Brain
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