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    Spring 2010 tobacco jack caleb Spring 2010 tobacco jack caleb Presentation Transcript

    • Tobacco
      By Jack Fanning and Caleb Janezich
    • Where it originated
      Smokeless tobacco has been around for a long time. Native people of North and South America chewed tobacco, and snorting and chewing snuff was popular in Europe and Scandinavia
    • Dangers of tobacco
      • Wrinkling of skin
      • Lung cancer
      • Damage to voice box
      • Stomach cancer
      • Heart disease
      • High blood pressure
      • Stroke
      • Gum cancer
      • Dental and other mouth disease
    • How it is made
      Tobacco is made from the tobacco plant. It is best grown in a warm climate and is carefully drained in fertilized soil. This rich soil is found in most southern states.
    • Forms it is used in
      Some forms it could be used in are
      • Cigars
      • Cigarettes
      • Pipes
      • Snuff
      • Chew (dip)
    • SecondHand Smoke
      • Secondhand smoke is when you breath in the smoke from someone else's cigar or cigarette. It is just as bad for you, but it doesn’t have the nicotine in it.
    • How many people
      More than 5 million children living today will die prematurely because of a decision they will make as adolescents---the decision to use tobacco and smoke cigarettes
    • Effects
    • Story’s
      Sean Marsee had won 28 medals at track meets. He was a very popular and respected athlete at his high school. Thinking it was safe, Sean began chewing dip tobacco in his mid-teens. He became addicted, and although his mother, who was a registered nurse, begged him to quit, Sean was unable to. … Sean had to have half of his jaw removed, along with part of his nose, and many neck muscles on one side. He later died
    • Resource
      • Tobacco-facts.info/dangers
      • http://www.idph.state.il.us/HealthWellness/oralhlth/oraltobacco.htm
      • www.LungUSA.org 
      • Google images
      • www.drugfree.org/portal/drug_guide/tobacco -