Presentation Summary : Oral Effects of Smokeless Tobacco Lourdes Vazquez, RDH, MS, ECP Two Main Types of Smokeless Tobacco Chewing Tobacco Snuff Smokeless Tobacco Chewing Tobacco Loose leaf ...
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Presentation Summary : Effects of Tobacco Use Nicotine Addictive drug – a substance that causes physiological or psychological dependence Stimulant – a drug that increases the action of ...
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Presentation Summary : The Effects of Tobacco Use Chapter 21 , Lesson 1 Vocabulary Addictive drug – A substance that causes physiological and/or psychological dependence.
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Presentation Summary : Warm-Up Most people know that tobacco is harmful. Why do you think some people continue to use tobacco products? Tobacco: The Effects of Tobacco Use Lesson 13 Tobacco ...
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Presentation Summary : Tuesday, March 16, 2010 Obj: Understand the effects of smoking on the respiratory system BR: Do you know anyone who smokes (cigarettes)? Who? Has this person ...
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Presentation Summary : Smoking – To Die For! Lesson Objectives: State that tobacco smoking can cause- Emphysema, bronchitis, cancer and heart disease. Describe how cigarette smoke effects ...
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Presentation Summary : Author: user Created Date: 12/15/2011 05:16:38 Title: Effects of Tobacco Last modified by: River Dell
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Presentation Summary : Chapter 20: The Effects of Tobacco Use Key Terms Nicotine Stimulant Carcinogen Tar Carbon Monoxide Smokeless Tobacco Leukoplakia Nicotine Withdrawal Nicotine ...
Source : http://www.pkwy.k12.mo.us/homepage/jsumner2/File/Tobacco.ppt
Presentation Summary : Tobacco Use and Health Effects Tobacco Is a drug Is very addictive Contains nicotine - acts as a stimulant in the body Nicotine can also be found in insecticides ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Aim: What effects does tobacco have on the body? Author: The Bronx H.S. Of Science Last modified by: The Bronx H.S. Of Science Created Date
Source : http://www.bxscience.edu/ourpages/auto/2009/5/13/63818561/Tobacco.ppt
Presentation Summary : Smoking and Tobacco Use Did you know? More than 1,000 people in the U.S. die each day from smoking-related illness Smoking kills more people each year than AIDS ...
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Presentation Summary : Chronic Disease and Tobacco: Effects of Cigarette Smoking on Chronic Disease How Do We Conclude That Smoking Is a Cause of Disease? The Surgeon General’s Reports ...
Source : http://www.floridahealth.gov/chd/volusia/Documents/TobaccoProgram/ChronicDiseaseandTobacco.ppt
Presentation Summary : Physiological Effects of Tobacco HS 460 Tobacco related deaths are the single most preventable cause of death in the world. Annually in the United States More than ...
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Presentation Summary : Tobacco Unit “The Effects of Tobacco use” Lesson 1 Tobacco Use-A Serious Health Risk Tobacco Use is the #1 cause of preventable disease and death in the US.
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Presentation Summary : 30,000 new cases each year 8,000 will die each year Effects of Smokeless Tobacco Use Bad breath: The smell of smokeless tobacco in your mouth is not a good smell.
Source : http://www.wellnessproposals.com/tobacco/presentations/smokeless_tobacco.ppt
Presentation Summary : Tobacco plants. The tobacco plant has large leaves that are cured, fermented and aged before they are manufactured into tobacco products. Where does Tobacco come from?
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Presentation Summary : Risks of Tobacco Use. Long-Term Risks. Every dose of tobacco increases the risk of developing respiratory diseases, cardiovascular disease, and several forms of cancer
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Presentation Summary : Tobacco Effects on nonsmokers & unborn children and infants. Make a sentence using the numbers to the left. 4,000 43 3,000 2 & ½ times 60% Read page 552 for the answers!
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Presentation Summary : Why is tobacco so bad? Tobacco is toxic to your body. Tobacco is addictive. Once you start using it your body starts needing it. Tobacco can kill you!
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