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what is another name for your windpipe the trachea
Cilia tiny hairs that sweep out dirt and germs . Smoking makes them paralized
Tar contains cancer-causing chemicals which tend to build up in lung tissue
Bronchi tubes two main branches of the trachea
carbon monoxide robs your blood of oxygen and may encourage build up of deposits in arteries. the heart beats faster and harder to compensate
nicotine an addictive agent that raised blood pressure and heart rate, makes smoking addictive
throat smoke can cause an excess of mucus which clogs airways. coughing and difficult breathing result
Surgeon General's warning a warning on the side of a cigarette package that warns that smoking is bad and may cause cancer
lungs about 90 % of compound inhaled in smoke remains in the lungs. eventually tiny air sacks may rupture and walls of bronchial tubes may thicken. breathing my become diffficult
air sacks sacs in the lung that blood goes through to get mor oxygen to bring back to the heart
is chewing tobacco worse than smoking no
what does smoking do yellow teeth, bad breath, destroys taste buds, ruins lungs
nothing, smoking is fine
diaphragm a muscle beneath your lungs that contract and relaxes and releases gases to help move into or out of the lungs
what does smoking do to your blood vessels it constricts them and your blood preasure rises
Two serious deseases you can get from smoking lung cancer, emphysema
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