An addictive drug present in tobacco
Chemicals present in tobacco. Burning them releases carcinogens
Two main airways in the lungs; branches of the windpipe (trachea)
Slippery secretion produced by cells of the body's linings that protects the surfaces of the linings
Hair-like structures extending from the surface of cells that line the body passegeways. They wave, propelling mucus to sweep away debris
Respiratory disorder with irritation of the bronchi; thickened mucus; and a deep, harsh cough
Disease of the lungs in which many small, flexible air sacs burst and form a few large, rigid pockets
Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease
Aka COLD; Term for several diseases that interfere with breathing
Deadly gas formed during the burning of tobacco
Open sores in the lining of the digestive system
Spaces in the bones of the skull
Smoke that flows through the cigarette and into the lungs when the smoker inhales
Smoke that escapes into the air from the burning tip of the cigarette; inhaled by the smoker or others
Difficulty breathing; wheezing sounds from the chest caused by air rushing through narrowed air passages
Used for snuff or chewing instead of smoking
Small portion of any form of smokeless tobacco
Whitish/greyish patches that develop in the mouths of tobacco users that may lead to cancer
Against the rules of right and wrong; not un line with accepted moral standards
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