Tobacco<br />By Jack Fanning and Caleb Janezich<br />
Where it originated <br />Smokeless tobacco has been around for a long time. Native people of North and South America chew...
Dangers of tobacco<br /><ul><li> Wrinkling of skin
Lung cancer
Damage to voice box
Stomach cancer
Heart disease
High blood pressure
Stroke
Gum cancer
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  1. 1. Tobacco<br />By Jack Fanning and Caleb Janezich<br />
  2. 2. Where it originated <br />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<br />
  3. 3. Dangers of tobacco<br /><ul><li> Wrinkling of skin
  4. 4. Lung cancer
  5. 5. Damage to voice box
  6. 6. Stomach cancer
  7. 7. Heart disease
  8. 8. High blood pressure
  9. 9. Stroke
  10. 10. Gum cancer
  11. 11. Dental and other mouth disease </li></li></ul><li>How it is made<br />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. <br />
  12. 12. Forms it is used in <br />Some forms it could be used in are <br /><ul><li>Cigars
  13. 13. Cigarettes
  14. 14. Pipes
  15. 15. Snuff
  16. 16. Chew (dip)</li></li></ul><li>SecondHand Smoke<br /><ul><li>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.</li></li></ul><li>How many people <br />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<br />
  17. 17. Effects<br />
  18. 18. Story’s<br />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<br />
  19. 19. Resource <br /><ul><li>Tobacco-facts.info/dangers
  20. 20. http://www.idph.state.il.us/HealthWellness/oralhlth/oraltobacco.htm
  21. 21. www.LungUSA.org 
  22. 22. Google images
  23. 23. www.drugfree.org/portal/drug_guide/tobacco -</li>

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