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Sean divver reading project 2.0  3.0
Sean divver reading project 2.0  3.0
Sean divver reading project 2.0  3.0
Sean divver reading project 2.0  3.0
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Smoking bans

Smoking bans

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  • 1. What are the benefits of smoking bans? Sean Divver A block November 30, 2010
  • 2. Negative effects of 2nd hand smoking Definition:  “You feel like a criminal when you smoke” says Abbatelli Smoking causes an estimated 3,400 lung cancer deaths in nonsmoking Americans each year, according to the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • 3. Where in the U.S are there smoking bans? All hospitals in the U.S All airplanes More than 350 cites and towns in the U.S 19 states do not completely outlaw smoking in public area
  • 4. How many fatalities are there from 2nd hand smoke? 32% of people die from 2nd-hand smoking 15% to 30% accounts for 46,000 deaths 15% a year reduction in heart attacks in areas where there are smoking bans
  • 5. Environmental damage Scientists say smoking makes you litter when you throw it down Smoking pollutes the air when you smoke. Animals get poisoned when they eat the cigarettes.
  • 6. Health Specialist Teachers  Work with peers to address teaching and research issues. Teach courses in health specialties such as veterinarian medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy.  -84,800 (US) WITH A CHANCE OF 166,400 and 94,300 (MD)  -2018 (US) 15% increase ; 5,290 new jobs  -44.2% have doctoral or professional degree 34.6% have master degrees  Related Careers: Biological technicians, medical and clinical laboratory, nursing instructors, pharmacists, and veterinarians.
  • 7. High School Career Academies DeMatha or Atholton High School Allied Health Academy Why did you pick this career academy? Junior and senior level academy courses are taught at ARL
  • 8. University of Maryland-College Park  It is located in College Park.  The tuition is 22,115 dollars for total for food, books, and transportation.  The program requirements are four years of English, three years of math, and three years of history. The school mascot in the Terrapin Terp and they have 500 different club teams.
  • 9. Homeless Shelter  The community service I chose was working in a homeless shelter because it’s a home for people who don’t have shelter.  Some people don’t have homes and money at all.
  • 10. Prior Job Experience  The jobs I did was :Health Teacher Giant Pizza Hut Accomplishments/awards: Honor roll, athletic award

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