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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tobacco Kaiya Godby Tobacco comes from leaves of the tobacco plant, it's dried and processed for people to roll up and smoke; Tobacco is also the main ingredient in chewing tobacco and cigarettes. One cigarette contains about 600 ingredients and create more than 7,000 chemicals, at least 69 of them known to be carcinogens. A few examples of the chemicals in a cigarette would be: Acetone, Benzene, Carbon monoxide, Formaldehyde, etc. Three types of tobacco would be:1. Spit Tobacco- this has two forms; snuff (fine-grain tobacco, comes in teabag-like pouches; pinch or dip between lower lip and gum) and chewing tobacco (shredded, twisted, or "bricked" tobacco leaves; users put it between their cheek and gum like snuff users).2. Cigars- roll of tobacco wrapped in leaf tobacco or anything containing tobacco.3. Menthol Cigarettes- cigarette flavored with menthol, which triggers cold-sensitive nerves in the skin,without providing a drop in temperature. The use of tobacco causes many illnesses, such as: Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, Oral Cancer, Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, etc. During a pregnancy using tobacco products can cause: low birth weight, narrowed airways, early delivery, and prenatal death for the baby. Smokeless tobacco causestooth loss, Leukoplakia (white sores in the mouth, which can lead to oral cancer), Stomach cancer, and another example would be increase of heart attacks or stroke. Smoking tobacco can cause emphysema (damaged and enlarged air sacks of lungs, produces breathlessness), Chronic Bronchitis (Inflammation and swelling of lining of the airways, leads to narrowing and obstruction, resulting in a daily cough. The inflammation also stimulates the production of mucus. Obstruction of the airways, especially with mucus, increases chances of bacterial lung infection), and oral or lung cancer.
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