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Health C. 20

addictive drug substance that causes physiological or psychological deppendence
nicotine the addictive drug hat is found in tobacco leaves
stimulant drug that increases action of the central nervous system, heart, and other organs
carcinogen cancer causing
tar dark fluid produced when tobacco burns
carbon minoxide colorless, odorless, poisonous gas
smokeless tobacco sniffed through the nose, held in the mouth, or chewed
leukoplakia produced by mouth cancer, white spots
nicotine withdrawal process that occurs when nicotie is no longer used
nicotine substitutes products that deliver small amounts of nicotine that helps people get over the tobacco usage... slowly weens them off
tobacco cessation program program with info for people who want to stop using tobacco
ETS environmental tobacco smoke second-hand smoke
mainstream smoke smoke exhaled from the smokers lungs
sidestream smoke smoke from a burning end of a cigarette, cigar, or pipe
Created by: jharshbarger