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  1. Raja Ehtisham Tahir 075 Ali Hassan 057 Muhammad Naveed 063 Ghulam Ghous 029 Asad Ullah Zafar 103 Umar Farooq 116
  2. France in 1556. Spain in 1559. England in 1565. First successful crop of Tobacco Virginia in 1612 by Englishman John Rolfe. First crop grown for money in North America. James Bonsack invented the cigarette-making machine in 1881
  3. Buck Duke and his father started the first tobacco company in the U.S. Named American Tobacco Company. Advertisement Of Cigarettes From the late 1930s through the 1940s, two thirds of the top 50 box office stars in Hollywood would endorse tobacco products in advertising.
  4. Pakistan among top four countries with rising tobacco use. 40 percent of adult males students and 11 percent of adult females students smoke. Reason To Smoke Some want to act cool or act like someone special Or dangerous. Peer pressure. They are stressed or nervous.
  5. Popular Brands Of Cigarettes Gold Leaf Capstan Benson and Hedges Dunhill Gold Flake Marlboro
  6. Do You Know What Are In Cigarettes? Over 4000 Chemicals…. 60 of which are Carcinogenic. Harmful Effects Heart disease. Stroke. Emphysema. Lung , Throat , Stomach and Bladder cancer. Increased risk of infections.
  7. Skin tumor. Bad breath. Reduced athletic performances. Increased risks of illnesses. Greater risks of injuries and Slower healing time.
  8. 6-10/day - light smoker . 11-20/day - moderate smoker. 21-40/day - heavy smoker . 41-100/day - chain smoker . 101+/day - extreme smoker .
  9. Health Benefits Once You Quit Smoking After 20 minutes After 8 hours After 48 hours After 72 hours After 2 weeks After 3 to 9 months After 1 year After 5 years After 10 years
  10. Start your stop smoking plan with START S = Set a quit date. T = Tell family, friends, and co-workers that you plan to quit. A = Anticipate and plan for the challenges you'll face while quitting. R = Remove cigarettes and other tobacco products from your home, car, and work. T = Talk to your doctor about getting help to quit.
  11. Other ways to quit smoking: Nicotine replacement therapy Nicotine gum Nicotine patch Nicoderm Talking therapies