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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Adolescents who participate in organized sports, while less likely to smoke cigarettes, are more likely to use spit tobacco 33% ITEM NO. 004 LOGO HERE ITEM NO. 005 31% description here description here description here description here description here 51% 11% 22% 14% In Niagara in 2011, 7.6% of students used smokeless tobacco in the past 12 months. CHEW = cigarettesTIN = cigarettes That's a LETHAL dose of nicotine 1 Individuals who chew tobacco consume on average more than the amount of cancer causing substances than cigarette smokers. 10x - U.S. Tobacco Long-time tobacco chewers increase their risk of cancer of the cheek and gum by as much as 4 Tobacco companies add flavour to their products to make a taste more attractive to youth Chewing tobacco contains 3,000 chemicals, 28 cause cancer - Cancers can include: mouth, throat and jaw- Receding gums tooth decay - Yellow-stained teeth- Chronic bad breath - Erosion of tooth enamel- Ulcers that can become cancerous- Increased risk of heart disease - High blood pressure 50% LONG TERM HEALTHEFFECTS 89% of teenagers report preference of using flavoured tobacco products versus the is the general user (65%) "Cherry Skoal is for somebody who likes the taste of candy, if you know what Im saying." DO YOU DO IT BECAUSE THEY DO IT? DO YOU CHEW? 60 FACT In 2003, more than 1 in 3 major league baseball players used smokeless tobacco There is no athletic benefit to chewing tobacco. Nicotine narrows blood vessels, which can slow reaction time and cause dizziness. Athletes are a large marketing source for smokeless tobacco,and are often seen on TV using it during a game. As role models, they can influence youth to be more open to and accepting of smokeless tobacco. NCAA's 2001 study showed the top 5 sports for male athletes to use chewing tobacco were: baseball, wrestling, hockey, lacrosse, and football 89% of teenagers report preference of using flavoured tobacco products versus the is the general user (65%) Chewing Tobacco: Not a Safe Alternative to Smoking
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