Smoking & Teens
Cigarette Ingredients
Effects of Smoking on the Body
Types of Tobacco
Indirect Exposure
100
One out of every ___ teens smoke.
What is 5
100
What is the addictive drug in cigarettes?
Nicotine
100
This type of cancer is one of the most preventable types of cancer and can be caused by smoking.
What is Lung Cancer
100
Pipe smokers have a higher risk for this type of cancer.
What is Lip Cancer
100
Name the two types of passive smoke
What is mainstream and sidestream
200
This percentage of teens that try smoking continue to smoke as adults.
What is 33%
200
How many carcinogens are found in cigarettes?
What is 43
200
This is a hardening of the arteries.
What is Arteriosclerosis
200
Using smokeless Tobacco increases your risk of cancer of the mouth by how much?
What is 50%
200
Exposure to second-hand smoke can double a child’s chances of hospitalization in the first year of life for what illnesses?
What is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
300
What percentage of smokers start smoking before age 21?
What is 80-90%
300
What is a carcinogen?
A cancer causing agent.
300
These two disorders make up COPD
What is bronchitis and emphysema
300
Name 4 different types of tobacco
Pipes, Cigars, Smokeless, Cigarettes, Bidis
300
Name three common passive smoke problems that nonsmokers may experience?
Causes eye irritation, Headaches, Coughing, Ear infections, Asthma attacks
400
Three reasons why teens smoke
What is Feel insecure, Takes pressure away, To feel older or sophisticated, Peer pressure, Advertisements, Can quit at any time
400
This is a colorless, odorless gas produced by burning cigarettes.
What is carbon monoxide
400
What does COPD stand for?
What is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
400
Coronary Artery Disease, which is linked to smoking, is a combination of which two symptoms.
What is High Blood Pressure and High cholesterol
400
How does nicotine move from the mother to the child during pregnancy?
Passes through the placenta
500
In recent years, teen smoking has declined. Give at least two possible reasons for this trend.
a) The increase of cost in the retail price of cigarettes has gone up 70% b) The schools have implemented efforts to fight the use of tobacco (teen smoking). c) There is an increase in youth exposure to both state and national mass media campaigns. d) The truth on the effects of nicotine that are in tobacco products
500
Tobacco Smoke contains how many chemicals?
Over 4000
500
This destroys cilia within the bronchioles of the lungs.
What is tar.
500
Thick, white, leathery spots that appear inside the mouth of smokeless tobacco users.
What is Luekoplakia
500
Name three problems associated with children whose mothers smoke during pregnancy?
Stillbirth, Premature Delivery, Low Birth Weight, SIDS, Mental deficiency
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