TOBACCO, Juul, tobacco, smokeless tobacco, and E cigs
Terms in this set (21)
Product prepared from dried leaves of tobacco plant
Chemicals in tobacco
Over 4,000 including: ammonia, arsenic, & formaldehyde
Having a physical or psychological dependence of a particular substance
Nicotine's drug classification
Stimulant- speeds up body systems
disease where air sacs in the lungs are damaged and enlarged causing breathing problems
Toxic, sticky, substance created from burning tobacco. Damages the smoker's lungs
Poisonous gas that reduces the amount of oxygen and nutrients delivered to the body's organs and tissues
Emphysema, heart disease, lung disease, cancer, infertility, and stroke
Leading cause of death from tobacco
Smokeless Tobacco Cancers
Mouth, esophagus, larynx, stomach, & pancreas
2nd leading cause of death from tobacco/nicotine
Substances capable of causing cancer
extremely addictive central nervous system stimulant found in the tobacco leaf (or made in a lab); can cause cancer, heart disease, stroke, and lung diseases
inhalation of smoke; can trigger asthma, stroke, heart disease, and diabetes
respiratory diseases that can occur from smoking
bronchitis and emphysema or chronic obstructive lung disease and infertility
how many chemicals are in a cigarette
how does smokeless tobacco work and how does it enter the blood stream
placed between cheek and gum line and nicotine is absorbed into the bloodstream through the thin oral tissue.
health risks of vaping
popcorn lung, asthma, cancer, heart disease
why were vapes created and are they doing there intended purpose?
"healthier" alternative to tobacco smoking (useful for quitting. no they are not doing what they are supposed to do. it doesn't say the dosage, duration of use, and doesn't provide guidance for quitting.
The FDA currently does not ___________________the chemical ingredients in e-cigs and what is listed on the labels.
the part of an e-cigarette that contains the liquid solution
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