K nowledge = Power= Superhero

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Does secondhand smoke effect pets?. YES!. Pets may get:. -Cancer . -Heart disease . -Skin and eye problems. -lung problems ex: Bronchitis. *The smaller the animal, the higher the risks! . What is the drug in tobacco that causes addiction? . ID: 713363 Download Presentation

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Knowledge = Power= Superhero

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Does secondhand smoke effect pets?

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YES!Pets may get:

-Cancer

-Heart disease

-Skin and eye problems

-lung problems ex: Bronchitis*The smaller the animal, the higher the risks!

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What is the drug in tobacco that causes addiction?

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NICOTINE

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How do flavored tobacco products appeal to youth?

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Bright packaging

C

andy flavors like strawberry, grape, peach, chocolate and vanilla

Cheap!

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What is the leading preventable cause of death in the US?

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Smoking!There are more tobacco-related deaths than any other disease cancer combined.

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What is the average age people start smoking?

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By age 18 99% first tired smoking by age 26

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How much money do you think the tobacco industry spends on advertising every hour?

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$1 million every hour

$9.17 billion a year in 2012

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What are some other names for electronic cigarettes?

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E-cigsE-hookahsMods

Vape pens

Vapes

Tank systems

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At what age does the brain stop growing?

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25 years old

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In RI, what age is being discussed by lawmakers to to

raise the minimum smoking age to?

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21 You currently have to be 18

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Do you think raising the minimum smoking age will cause stores to go out of business?

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NO, it won’t. Tobacco sales to 18-21 year-olds account for only 2% of retail tobacco sales

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What are some products that make it easier for people to quit smoking?

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Skin patches (nicotine patches)

Gum

Lozenges

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What year was the first national Kick B

utts day held?

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1996

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How many deaths are caused by smoking in the United States each year?

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480,000 per year

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What are some withdrawal symptoms someone may experience when quitting smoking?

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Bad temper Can’t focus

Hard time sleeping

Increased appetite

Cravings for tobacco

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Should pregnant women smoke?

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NoWomen who smoke run an increased risk of miscarriage, stillborn or premature infants.


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