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1

Name a negative influence that is used when talking about smoking

Media

2

What is the name given when you simply just stop smoking.

Cold turkey

3

What does emphysema damage that is located in a person’s lungs.

Damages the alveioli or airsacs

4

Name 3 harmful chemicals that tobacco contains.

Tar, carbon monoxied,nicotine

5

What does the tobacco industry spend about $10 billion a year on?

Advertising

6

What do tar deposits cover in the lungs

Linings

7

Define passive smokers

A nonsmoker who breathes in secondhand smoke

8

Name 3 things that can have a strong influence on a teen when they are deciding to start smoking.

Peer, media and families

9

Tell what Carbon Monoxide keeps red blood cells from carrying thru our bodies.

Oxygen

10

What do passive smokers breathe.

Secondhand smoke

11

Name 2 things that glamorize smoking

Music, and movies

12

Nicotine gum is used in what type of therapy.

Nicotine replacement therapies

13

What age group do many tobacco advertisers gear their products to.

Teenagers

14

Define emphysema

A diease that results in the destruction of the alveoli in the lungs

15

What is a reason many people have trouble quitting smoking.

Addiction to nicotine

16

Is the media an influence on teen’s choice to start smoking.

Yes it is because television, movies, shows often show character having fun while smoking.

17

Define snuff.

finely ground tobacco that is inhaled or held in the mouth or cheeks

18

Does the internet have advertisement that apeal to teenagers to start smoking

Yes

19

How are the terms passive smoker and secondhand smoke related.

Passive smoker and secondhand smoke are very related. For example in the Health book, it says that a passive smoker is someone who breathes in secondhand smoke. A secondhand smoke is air that has contaminated by tobacco smoke. A passive smoker breathes secondhand smoke. For instance, if you breathe in tobacco smoke that someone else is making, that smoke is seconhand smoke making you a passive smoker.

20

In what way are smokeless tobacco products like tobacco burning products? How are they different?

Smokeless tobacco products are alike with tobacco burning products. For example, smokeless tobacco products still contain harmful chemicals like tobacco burning products, like nicotine. Making it both hard to quit. It is found that smokeless tobacco cause they same affect for a person as regular tobacco burning products. There are some things that are also different. When someone uses the smokeless tobacco product it doesn't hurt the people around them not making any second hand smoke. Then they're won't be any passive smokers making it a lot safer. Regular tobacco burning products would do the opposite of helping the air not be polluted.

21

The term given when a person has a physical or mental need for a drug

Addictive is a term given when someone has a need for drug

22

What type of skills can help a nonsmoker say no to peer pressure about starting to smoke.

To practice your refusal skills and to spend time with other that are tobacco free