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by Joan Vos MacDonald

Tobacco and Nicotine Drug Dangers download ebook
ISBN:
0766013170
ISBN13:
978-0766013179
Author:
Joan Vos MacDonald
Publisher:
Enslow Pub Inc (August 1, 2000)
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1734 kb
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Rating:
4.6

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The addictive drug in Tobacco is a combination of nicotine and MAOIs (monoaminooxidase inhibitors) like acetaldehyde. Nicotine is a highly addictive drug found in smokeless tobacco and smoking tobacco. in nicotine replacement products, is not addictive. Asked in Health, Medication and Drugs, Smokeless Tobacco. Is chewing tobacco a drug? Yes infact it contains more nicotine then ciggarettes! Nicotine is a highly addictive drug found in smokeless tobacco and smoking tobacco. But often people who do use "snuff" and chewing tobacco often doubt it being a drug. So to conclude chewing tobacco is a drug!

Joan Vos Macdonal. ole & Joan Macdonald Endowed Scholarship Established to honor Cole and Joan Macdonald on the occasion of their 55th wedding anniversary by their daughter Deborah A. Macdonald, Class of 1980, for first, second and third year students with.

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The Macdonald Tobacco Company (initially called McDonald Brothers and C., founded in 1858 by William Christopher Macdonald and his brother Augustine., founded in 1858 by William Christopher Macdonald and his brother Augustine, converted tobacco leaf from southern . suppliers to pipe and chewing tobacco in Montreal. After several acquisitions, it is now known as Japan Tobacco International (JTI), which manages flagship brands such as Benson & Hedges, Camel, Glamour, LD, Mevius, Natural American Spirit, Silk Cut, Sobranie, and Winston.

An association between tobacco and other drug use has been well established. The nature of this association remains unclear. The two main theories, which are not mutually exclusive, are the phenotypic causation (gateway) model and the correlated liabilities model. The causation model argues that smoking is a primary influence on future drug use, while the correlated liabilities model argues that smoking and other drug use are predicated on genetic or environmental factors.

Examines the history of tobacco and nicotine use, as well as the social and medical aspects of smoking, and offers suggestions on how to quit.
Reviews:
  • Crazy
I think that this book tells kids all about smoking in a way that is not insulting to them. It has stories of kids who smoked or wanted to smoke or had their lives changed by people who smoked. The facts are all there but the person who wrote the book treats kids as if they can think for themselves and make their own decisions based on the facts. I would recommend this book to schools and libraries so more kids could read it. It is very helpful.
  • Chilele
The author, Joan Vos MacDonald, has the ability to tell a story and help people learn at the same time. The book can be read by adults as well as children. The book also talks about the dangers of tobacco and nicotine through stories of real people --this helps bring the point home -- Don't Smoke! I plan to recommend this book to my friends, even give it as gifts to parents....
  • Amis
This is a really informative book and will be helpful to anyone trying to get kids to stop smoking.