An extremely addictive chemical in tobacco products
Tobacco products that are chewed, placed between the lower lip and teeth, or sniffed.
A smokeless tobacco product consists of poor quality, ground tobacco leaves and is placed between the gum and the cheek.
A smokeless tobacco product that consists of dry or moist powder. It may be placed between the lip and teeth or sniffed.
A type of drug that increases the activity of the nervous system.
A dark, sticky substance that forms when tobacco burns.
A substance that is known to cause cancer.
A poisonous, colorless, odorless gas produced when substances are burned.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
A disease that results in a gradual loss of lung function.
A condition in which the bronchi in the lungs are constantly swollen and clogged with mucus.
A disorder in which damaged alveoli in the lungs can no longer take in adequate oxygen and eliminate carbon dioxide.
White patches on the tongue or lining of the mouth that may become cancerous.
Smoke that is exhaled from the smokers lungs.
Smoke that goes directly into the air from a burning tobacco product.
A combination of mainstream smoke and sidestream smoke; also known as environmental tobacco smoke.
A product such as a gum, patch, spray, or inhaler, that contains nicotine and is designed to help a person quit tobacco.