Smoking Concerns Sourcebook, 2nd Edition

  • Angela Williams
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  • ISBN-10: 0780816900
  • ISBN-13: 9780780816909
  • DDC: 613.85
  • 552 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2019 | Published/Released March 2019
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2019

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Provides consumer health information about nicotine addiction and smoking cessation, along with facts about the health effects of smoking or using smokeless tobacco, statistics about tobacco use, reports on current research initiatives, and information about public health policies regarding tobacco control and use prevention. Includes index, glossary, and other resources.<\P>

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Smoking and Tobacco Products: An Overview.
1: Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products: The Facts.
2: Understanding Nicotine Addiction.
3: What's in Tobacco Products?.
4: Types of Smoked Tobacco Products.
5: Smokeless Tobacco Products.
6: Recent Trends in Tobacco Consumption.
7: Economic Costs of Smoking.
8: Marijuana: Are Hazards Similar to Those for Tobacco?.
9: Tobacco-Use Statistics.
10: Tobacco Use among Specific Populations.
11: Minors’ Access to Tobacco Products.
12: Burden of Tobacco Use in the United States.
Tobacco-Related Health Hazards.
13: The Health Consequences of Smoking.
14: Tobacco and Cancer.
15: Smoking and Respiratory Diseases.
16: Smoking and Cardiovascular Diseases.
17: Smoking and Mental Health.
18: Women's Health and Smoking.
19: Men's Health and Smoking.
20: Smoking and Other Specific Health Consequences.
Smoking Cessation.
21: Quitting Smoking.
22: Products to Quit Smoking.
23: Smokeless Tobacco: Quitting.
24: Quitting as a Woman.
25: Medications for Smoking Cessation.
26: Using Bupropion (Zyban®).
27: Genetics and Quitting.
28: Overcoming Challenges When Quitting.
29: Lifestyle Modifications and Smoking Cessation.
30: Health Benefits of Quitting.
31: Quitting Smoking and Mood Changes.
32: Relationships and Quitting Smoking.
33: Relapse: What If You Have a Cigarette?.
Tobacco-Related Research.
34: Link between Maternal Smoking and Child Behavior.
35: Are Health Risks Different for Flavored Tobacco Products?.
36: Combination of Genes and Prenatal Exposure to Smoking Increases Disruptive Behavior Risk.
37: Research on Tobacco Use.
38: ASSIST: Americans Stop Smoking Intervention Study.
39: Low-Income, Rural Kids at Higher Risk for Second- or Third-Hand Smoke Exposure.
40: Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health.
Tobacco Control and Use Prevention.
41: Preventing Tobacco Use.
42: Comprehensive Tobacco-Control Programs.
43: Why Quitting Is Hard.
44: Dealing with Secondhand Smoke.
45: Clean Indoor-Air Regulations.
46: Healthy People 2020: Goals for Reducing Tobacco Use.
47: Preventing Tobacco Use during Pregnancy.
48: Talking to Your Teens about Tobacco.
49: Regulating Tobacco Advertising and Promotion.
50: Health Warnings for Cigarettes: What You Need to Know.
Additional Help and Information.
51: Glossary of Terms Related to Tobacco Use and Smoking Cessation.
52: Tobacco Information and Control Resources.
53: Smoking Cessation: Hotlines, Helplines, and Internet Resources.