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HTH 100- chapter 11- study guide

by: Faith Stackpole

HTH 100- chapter 11- study guide

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Date Created: 01/20/16
Chapter 11 Worksheet – Tobacco  At least how many known carcinogens are present in cigarette smoke, and what two main substances create the worst health risks? - 69 Carcinogens - nicotine + 7000 other chemicals  Explain how weight control and behavioral dependence – in addition to chemical dependence – make it very difficult to quit smoking? -Smoking cubs your appetite -So helps you lose weight -Behavioral Dependence-Nicotine is addictive  Be able to recognize at least 4 negative health conditions linked to tobacco use. -CVD -Respiratory disorders -Stroke -Skin Aging -Bad Fertilty  What are the health risks for women who smoke during pregnancy? -2x risk of miscarriage -Low birth weight -Ectopic Pregnancies -SIDS -Premature birth -Children with intellectual problems  Smokeless tobacco products are not as directly harmful to the lungs as tobacco smoke, but they do place users at much higher risk for what type of cancers? -Oral Cancers -Leukoplakia -Carcinomas  Are hookahs safer to use than cigarettes? Why/why not? -No, you sit their longer, still get nicotine  According to the Surgeon General, what is the safe level of ETS exposure? -No exposure  What age group is particularly vulnerable to the effects of ETS? -Children age 3-11 22 million are exposed to ETS  What types of public health initiatives or strategies have been utilized to reduce the harmful effects of tobacco smoking in our communities? - Prosed a new cigarette warning label - Limit access/exposure - Tax tobacco - Smoking bans – airplanes, restaurants, etc.  What is the Master Settlement Agreement of 1998, and what changes in tobacco advertising came about because of it? - Requires tobacco companies to pay out more than $206 billion over 25 years. - Includes a variety of measures to support antismoking education and advertising and to fun research to determine effective smoking cessation strategies.  What types of tobacco regulatory powers were given to the FDA through The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act of 2009? - FDA given regulatory power over production, marketing & sale of products WHO sponsors World No Tobacco Day on May 31  Be familiar with several types of nicotine replacement therapy. - Nicotine chewing gum - Nicotine patch - Nicotine lozenges (nasal spray) - Nicotine inhaler  What 2 prescription medications can be used for smoking cessation? - Zyban – (Wellbutrin/buproprion) = antidepressant - Chantix – (Varenicline) blocks nicotine receptors in brain (serious potential side effects!)  List 3 “nontraditional” methods of smoking cessation. - E-cigarettes - Self Control Strategies- therapy - Conditioning yourself  Be able explain why the FDA felt it necessary to issue a warning about e- cigarettes. - No quality control in the manufacturing of the products - Found variable amounts of nicotine and traces of toxic chemicals - Including known carcinogens


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