Tobacco Information for Teens, 2nd Edition

  • Karen Bellenir
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  • ISBN-10: 0780811631
  • ISBN-13: 9780780811638
  • DDC: 613.850835
  • Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - College Senior
  • 440 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released March 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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Overview

Tobacco Information for Teens, Second Edition offers updated information about the health consequences associated with smoking and other forms of tobacco use. It explains some of the cultural influences that can make tobacco use seem attractive, and it discusses various methods by which nicotine is consumed. A section on cancers describes the organs most commonly affected, and a section on other health concerns discusses tobacco-related diseases that impact the heart, lungs, circulatory system, eyes, and sex organs. For teens who want to stop smoking - or help someone else quit - facts about smoking cessation are presented along with tips for dealing with the effects of nicotine withdrawal. The book concludes with directories of resources for more information.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
1: Facts about Tobacco and Nicotine.
2: Smoking Stinks.
3: Debunking the Myths about Tobacco.
4: Chemicals in Tobacco Smoke.
5: Smoking’s Immediate Effects on the Body.
6: The Process of Nicotine Addiction.
7: Young People and Tobacco: A Statistical Review.
8: Global Trends in Tobacco Use.
9: Facts about Tobacco Advertising.
10: Tobacco Company Marketing to Kids.
11: The Link Between Youth Smoking and Exposure to Smoking in Movies.
12: Selected Actions of the U.S. Government Regarding the Regulation of Tobacco.
13: Nicotine Delivery Systems.
14: Cigarettes and Brand Preferences.
15: “Light” Cigarettes.
16: Menthol Cigarettes.
17: Electronic Cigarettes.
18: Cigars and Pipes.
19: Little Cigars and Cigarillos.
20: Bidis and Kreteks.
21: Hookah Pipes.
22: Smokeless Tobacco.
23: Secondhand Smoke.
24: Cancers Associated with Tobacco Use.
25: Questions and Answers about Smoking and Cancer.
26: Bladder Cancer.
27: Cervical Cancer.
28: Esophageal Cancer.
29: Kidney Cancer.
30: Laryngeal Cancer.
31: Leukemia.
32: Lung Cancer.
33: Oral Cancer.
34: Pancreatic Cancer.
35: Stomach Cancer.
36: Other Health Concerns Related to Tobacco Use.
37: Aneurysms.
38: Asthma.
39: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
40: Deep Vein Thrombosis.
41: Digestive Disorders.
42: Eye Disease.
43: Heart Attacks.
44: Musculoskeletal Disorders.
45: Nicotine Poisoning.
46: Periodontal Disease.
47: Peripheral Arterial Disease.
48: Pregnancy Complications.
49: Stroke.
50: Sexual Health.
51: Tobacco Use Cessation.
52: How Can I Quit Smoking?.
53: Smoking Cessation Tips.
54: Putting a Stop to Smoky Thinking.
55: Nicotine Replacement Therapy.
56: Medications to Help You Quit Smoking.
57: Dealing with the Effects of Nicotine Withdrawal.
58: Spit Tobacco: A Guide for Quitting.
59: How to Encourage Someone Who Is Trying to Quit Smoking.
60: If You Need More Help or Information.
61: The Health Effects of Tobacco Use: A Directory of Resources.
62: Smoking Cessation Resources.
Index.