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Chewing Tobacco Facts

Give your students the facts to counter the recent 30% rise in male adolescent smokeless tobacco use. Program combines an engaging narrative storyline with hard-core facts about all kinds of smokeless tobacco products—spit, snuff, chew as well as newer nicotine-delivery products designed to appeal to those who are uncomfortable with spitting out tobacco juice.

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Oral cancer means cancer of the mouth and can happen in the lips, the tongue, the floor of the mouth, the roof of the mouth, the cheeks, or gums. But cancer from chewing tobacco doesn’t just occur in the mouth. Some of the cancer-causing agents in the tobacco can get into the lining of your stomach, your esophagus, and into your bladder. Gruen Von Behren – Began using chewing tobacco at age 13, diagnosed with oral cancer at age 17.

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Chewing tobacco contains many of the same toxic chemicals as a cigarette, with three times the nicotine. Learn more with Tobacco Stops With Me.

A common gift-giving theme these days is creating meaning and sentimental value while also saving yourself money. This year, put more money in the bank and bring smiles to the faces of others by giving do-it-yourself custom gifts. Here are some ideas for great presents you and your family can create for those that mean the most... Lifestyle, Family, Custom Gifts, Photo Poster Printing

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Chewing Tobacco – Learn the Facts

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Some facts you should know when you start to take a dip: One can of snuff gives you as much nicotine as 60 cigarettes. Nicotine gives you the “buzz” but is highly addictive. 75% of cancers in the mouth, lips, tongue, throat, nose and larynx are due to tobacco use. 28 cancer-causing substances have been found in smokeless tobacco. Long-term users have a 50% greater risk of developing oral cancers than non-users. Smokeless tobacco is harder to quit than cigarettes.

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Chewing tobacco contains many of the same toxic chemicals as a cigarette, with three times the nicotine. Learn more with Tobacco Stops With Me.

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#ODC_fact Chewing #tobacco is an important established risk factor for the development of #OralCarcinoma in most parts of world. Habitually chewing tobacco leaves or dipping snuff results in the development of a well-recognized #WhiteMucosalLesion in the area of tobacco contact, called smokeless tobacco keratosis, snuff dipper’s keratosis, or tobacco pouch keratosis. These are well accepted as #PrecancerousLesions or #CancerCausing Stop this habit today for a better tomorrow. #OralCancer

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Top 100 Benefits of quitting chew tobacco

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#GASO13 Great American Smokeout Month - Educate your kids about the risks of smoking and chewing tobacco. #NoTobacco

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