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Health G4 Quiz

Tobacco Quiz

What is the addictive drug found in tobacco leaves? Nicotine
What is the term for a thick, sticky, dark fluid that is produced when tobacco burns? Tar
This term means Cancer causing substance. Carcinogen
What are some long term effects of tobacco? Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, Lung Cancer, Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke
About how many chemicals are in one cigarette? Over 400
How many chemicals are deadly in a cigarette? 200
How many chemicals are known to cause cancer in a cigarette? 50
Approximately what percent of adults smokers started when they were teens? 90
When a smoker quits, what happens within 8 hours? Oxygen levels return to normal
When a smoker quits, what happens after 5 years? The risk of lung, mouth, throat, and esophagus cancer is reduced by 50%, stroke risk is also decreased
What is air that has been contaminated by tobacco called? Secondhand Smoke
How dangerous is secondhand smoke? Just as dangerous as smoking
Created by: Ms Fink