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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What is tobacco? Tobacco is any several plants belonging to the genus Nicotiana, of the nightshadefamily, whose leaves are prepared forsmoking or chewing or as snuff. What's in tobacco? More than 400o chemicals and 40of them are highly dangerous. The three most well known harmful chemicals are..nicotine, carbon monoxide, and carcinogens. What are three types of tobacco? 1. Brightleaf tobacco- was planted infertile lowlands, used a robust variety of leaf, and was either fire cured or air cured2. Burley tobacco- is an air-cured tobacco usedprimarily for cigarette production. Burley tobacco plants started from palletized seeds.3. Dokhan- is a tobacco of Iranian origin mixedwith leaves, bark, and herbs for smoking in a midwakh. How does tobacco affect your body? What are three diseases directly linked to smoking?How does it affect you? What are three diseases directly linked to smokeless tobacco?How do those diseases affect you? . Lungs- Smoking causes many lung diseasesthat can be nearly as bad as lung cancer .Heart- Smoking tobacco increases the riskof heart diseases, which is the number one death in the US.Smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol,physical inactivity, obesity, and diabetes are all risk factorsfor heart disease Cardiovascular system- Active cigarette smoking elevatesthe heart rate and blood pressure Mouth- Smoking leads to dental problems such as bad breath,tooth discoloration, increased build up of plaque and tartar on the teeth, etc. Gums- Increased risk of developing gum disease, increased risk ofdeveloping oral cancer Throat- Destroys the cilia in the windpipe Pregnancy- Affects the placenta--the source of yourbaby's food and oxygen, Increases your baby's heartrate, born prematurely, etc. 1. Cardiovascular Disease- Smoking causes stroke andcoronary heart disease 2. Respiratory Disease- Lung disease caused by smokinginclude COPD, which includes emphysemas and chronic bronchitis .3. Heart Disease- NOT modifying your diet, lowering your weightand keeping good blood pressure under control become key in daily lifeof a heart disease patients Mariah Martinez 7th period 1. Heart Disease- An infection in the heart cancause a heart attack, stroke, coronary arterydisease, and congenital 2. Gum disease- Produces bacteria in yourmouth that can flow into your bloodstreamto other parts of your body.3. Oral lesions- Can affect the tongue and lipsand cause swelling
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