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  • Hey guys today we are here to show you the dangers of tobacco products!
  • When you think of tabacco, your proably picturing cigarettes but the truth is that there are more harmful tobacco products.
  • I can't wait to find outt more about this stuff!
  • There are cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, and more. Those are the three we are going to be focusing on today
  • yeah, same!
  • cigarettes have 3 big terrible chemicals in them, nicotine, tar, and lastlyCarbon Monoxide.
  • Nicotine is a addictive drug that makes it hard to quit. Tar clogs up your lungs so you cant breathe and gives cancer. Carbon Monoxide is what your smoke detectors protect you from. There over 7,000 chemicals in a cigarette and 200 are poisonous. Too many can cause Emphysema which is a disease that makes it very difficult to breathe.
  • That's terrible!
  • Next up is cigars.
  • A cigar is quite similar to a cigarette except that people smoking cigars can smoke one for an hour and it could have as much nicotine as 1 packet of cigarettes. A cigar smoker is 4 to 10 time more likely to die of mouth, larynx, and esophagus cancer than non-smokers.
  • Lastly, for today we have chewing tobacco.
  • There are two types of this, Chew and dip. Dip is usually finely ground tobacco that can be dry, moist, or packaged in sachets.  It is put in between the lip and the gum and it can cause mouth cancers. Chew is a coarsely ground chewing tobacco that can be found in sachets and is placed in your cheek. These are all terrible choices when you grow up because it takes time away from your life. Don't ever start it!
  • Any questions?
  • I think I got it all!
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