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Public Health Lect. 7 Tobacco Part 2

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Koop define cigarette smoking asthe chief, single, avoidable cause of death in our society and the most important public health issue of our time
True or false? Tobacco smoking is high addictive equals of heroine and cocaineTrue
True or false? Not all forms of tobacco smoking are harmfulfalse, all forms of tobacco are harmful
True or false? Not all smokers enjoy smoking, want to quit but addiction is preventing themTrue, 21.6% are current smokers and 70% wants to quit
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True or false? Prevalence of adult smoking, by race/ethnicity is high in all ethnicityTrue
True or False? Prevalence of adult smoking by education is high across all education levelsTrue
True or false? Across all ethnicity, teens are the most to smoke tobaccoTrue
True or False? The biggest opposition to tobacco control efforts is the tobacco industry it selfTrue
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For decades, has the tobacco industry publicly accepted the addictive nature of nicotine and the negative health effects of tobacco or not?They denied the addictive effects.
Tobacco company engineered product for profit over people, true or false?True
Tobacco is designed and marketed to maximize bioavailability of ------- and -------- potential?Nicotine and addictive
There is an extra ventilation holes in Marlboro lights, what is the effect of these hole on consumers?the hole helps the smokers to inhale more smokes and get more nicotine. Also cause more/faster addiction.
Tobacco industry employ commercials that show professional like doctors, nurses and surfers to attract potential smokers while undermining the risk of tobacco, true or false?True
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True or false, tobacco accounts for half health related death in the U.S.?True
What are some of the health issues related to tobacco smokings? (1)(1) Cardiovascular diseases
What are some of the health issues related to tobacco smokings? (2)(2) Lung cancer
What are some of the health issues related to tobacco smokings? (3)(3) Respiratory diseases
What are some of the health issues related to tobacco smokings? (4)(4) Second hand smoke
What are some of the health issues related to tobacco smokings? (5)(5) Cancers other than lung
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Smoking cost society financial loss inform of? (1)(1) Ambulatory care
Smoking cost society financial loss inform of? (2)(2) Hospital care
Smoking cost society financial loss inform of? (3)(3) Nursing home
Smoking cost society financial loss inform of? (4)(4) Prescription drugs
Which gender cost society more financial loss?Male
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An estimated 48,000 compounds are found in tobacco smoke, how many proven carcinogens were found?11 proven human carcinogens
True or false? smoking harm only lungs, heart and mouth of smokersFalse, smoking harms NEARLY every organs of the body, causing many diseases and reducing the health of smokers in general.
True or false, quitting smoking has immediate as well as long term benefits, reducing risks for disease caused by smoking and improving health in generalTrue
Smoking cigarettes with lower machine-measured yields of tar and nicotine provides clear benefit to health, true or false?False. It does not provide any benefit
True or false? Numerous diseases are caused by smokingTrue
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Health consequences of smoking include diseases like(1) Cancer (2) reduced fertility in women (3) cardiovascular diseases (4) Respiratory disease (5) Cataract (6) Periodontitis
Causally associated health risks of second-hand smoke includes(1) Developmental effects (2) Carcinogenic effects (3) Cardiovascular effects (4) Respiratory effects.
Developmental effects include(1) fetal growth retardation (2) SIDS
Carcinogenic effects include(1) Lung Cancer (2) Nasal sinus cancer
Cardiovascular effects include(1) Heart disease mortality (2) acute and chronic CHD morbidity
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True or False? Exposure to second-hand smoke increases the risk of myocardial infractionTrue
Health risks associated with smoking during pregnancy include (1)(1) Premature rupture of the membranes, and placenta abruption (abnormal premature separation of placenta from the uterus)
Health risks associated with smoking during pregnancy include (2)(2) Preterm delivery and shortened gestation
Health risks associated with smoking during pregnancy include (3)(3) Fetal growth restriction and low birth weight
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What age benefit quitting smoking most?At any age, there are benefits of quitting
True or false? There are immediate benefits from the quitting dateTrue
True or false? Smoking cessation reduced the risk of deathTrue
True or false? On average, cigarette smokers die approximately 10 years younger than non-smokerstrue
True or false? Among those who continue smoking, at least half will die due to a tobacco related diseasetrue
There are both health and financial benefit when smoker quits smoking, true or false?True
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True or false? Nearly half a million U.S. death are attributable to smoking annuallyTrue
True or false? At any age, there are benefits to quitting smokingTrue
The biggest opponent to tobacco control efforts is the tobacco industry itselfTrue
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