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The Truth About Smoking Tobacco and why People smoke - DOCFILMS Tobacco is a product prepared from the fallen leaves of the tobacco plant by treating them. The plant is classified within the category Nicotiana of the Solanaceae (nightshade) household. While greater than 70 types of tobacco are recognized, the chief commercial crop is N. tabacum. The even more potent varieties N. rustica is likewise widely utilized worldwide. Tobacco includes the alkaloid nicotine, an energizer. Dried out tobacco fallen leaves are mostly smoked in cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, as well as flavored shisha tobacco. They are also consumed as snuff, eating tobacco, and dipping tobacco. Tobacco usage is a threat factor for many diseases, specifically those influencing the heart, liver, and lungs, and also ...
Tobacco can cause cancer whether you're smoking or chewing it, but did you know that chewing tobacco can also cause bacterial infections? Why People Who Smoke Look Old - https://youtu.be/bmf6vgQ8TZc Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Read More: Want to Stop Smoking? Just Do It! http://www.seeker.com/want-to-stop-smoking-just-do-it-1771064666.html "Smokers who picked a date to give up their addiction entirely versus those who gradually tapered off their smoking were 25 percent more likely to kick their habit, scientists from the Oxford University report in the Annals of Internal Medicine." Chewing tobacco: Not a safe product http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/quit-smoking/in-depth/chewing-tobacco/art-20047428 "You can call chewing to...
Each day in the United States, nearly four thousand kids try their first cigarette. What makes them want to try, and how long will it take before they become addicted? In this show we will focus on cigarettes. We'll explain why smoking can turn into an addiction, how tobacco companies use advertising in movies to target teens, and what the many chemicals in cigarettes do to your body. Produced by Burbank's Teens In Action Media Teamv
The first instalment to my four-part countdown of the TOP 40 SCARIEST ANTI-SMOKING COMMERCIALS ever produced. WARNING: This countdown contains graphic material that some viewers may find upsetting or disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised. *THE AUDIO IN ENTRY NUMBER 35 IS 'REMOVED' DUE TO COPYRIGHT. Check out the video on my Vimeo page for the original audio – apologies for this!* Check out my COMMENTARY/REVIEW of this countdown here: https://helloimapizza.com/smoking/ SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ► http://goo.gl/FdTQ3v The title of this video is self-explanatory. The commercials in this countdown may scare or shock you into either giving up smoking completely, or steer you well away from ever touching a cigarette. Perhaps you could share this video with somebody you think could benefit from wa...
A video that shows the dangers and consequences of tobacco.
An animation designed for use with health workers and the public, describing the health effects and risks of smoking and promoting smoking cessation. Smoking is a leading global cause of sickness, disability and death from cancer, cardiovascular disease and chronic lung disease. Tobacco is the now world's leading agent of death, responsible for 5 million deaths annually. Created by : Sunny Rai Intro created by Ilhaam Mullagee (Music -- Longzijun)
Workin on the house .dirty hands with isolation on them .I'm not putting that in my mouth so I had to improvise .well this is what I came up with and it worked so I hope I helped yall out
http://www.clifestyle.org This video will reveal to you that it is not good to smoke...smoking affects you lungs and ages your skin faster Smoking has serious risks, and, for many, is an addiction. On The Doctors, Freda Lewis-Hall, MD talks about how smoking can affect your health and shares resources that may help smokers quit. Check your local CBS listings to see the whole show, and learn The video was uploaded by Conscious lifestyle for conscious teaching
Mooks, mole bowls, dirty bowls, poppers, chops, whatever you want to call them. In some parts of the Northwest, tobacco and weed bowls have become very prevalent. Tobacco has been smoked with weed in many parts of the world for a long time. However smoking moles / mooks/ poppers / chops / dirty bowls / yachts / seems to be a growing trend in American weed culture. There are a number of problems related to poppers or mooks including nicotine addiction, lung damage, and what many people refer to as "seizures". Music: https://soundcloud.com/ghostmcgrady/send-this-beat-to-rehab
Don't Dip Snuff / Educational Video. Modified public domain video. Sean Marsee images from Fair Use. Talihina High School's most outstanding athlete, Sean Marsee had won 28 track medals in the 400 meter relay while running the anchor leg. His classmates honored him with a walnut plaque. After a ten month battle with rapidly spreading cancer that started on his tongue, Sean Marsee died at age 19. A smokeless tobacco user since age 12, Sean refused to believe his mother's warnings that tobacco was hazardous, smoke or no smoke. It was early on February 25th. Sean Marsee smiled a tired smile at his sister, pointed his index finger skyward, and an hour later, at age 19, Sean Marsee was dead. Just ten months earlier, Sean, an 18 year-old high school senior and star of the school track team...
www.hrmvideo.com This program presents a strong and memorable message that the use of "smokeless" or spit tobacco can kill and kill quickly. Using interviews with users, former users and cancer patients, the video reveals that chewing tobacco is a disgusting habit that often causes serious health problems, and puts young people at great risk to early disease and death. Stark footage shows some of the devastating damage that spit tobacco or "snuff" does to teeth, gums and mouth. This straight forward presentation of the real dangers of tobacco chewing will discourage students from ever taking their first dip.