Great for drug prevention in students, these health flash cards teach the consequences of tobacco use.
There are 25 flash cards in this set (5 pages to print.)
1. Print out the cards.
2. Cut along the dashed lines.
3. Fold along the solid lines.
Sample flash cards in this set:
|ETS||environmental tobacco smoke, also called second hand smoke|
|Nicotine||addictive, stimulant drug found in tobacco|
|Legal age to purchase tobacco||18|
|Carcinogens||cancer-causing agents; over 40 of them in tobacco smoke|
|Tar||thick, dark liquid from burning tobacco; paralyzes cilia|
|Carbon Monoxide||colorless, odorless, poisonous gas found in cigarette smoke|
|Chronic Bronchitis||- chronic cough with mucus in smokers|
|Main Stream SMoke||exhaled from smoker's lungs|
|Side stream Smoke||smoke from burning end of cigarette|
|Nicotine Substitute||products (patches, gum) that deliver a small amount of nicotine into body to help smokers quit|
|Withdrawals||can occur in as little as 30 minutes after last cigarette; causes irritability and anxiety|
|Pulmonary Emphysema||destruction of tiny air sacs in lungs|
|Aversion Therapy||negative association with tobacco (jars, rubber bands)|
|Leukoplakia||white leathery appearing spots on inside of smokeless tobacco user's mouth|
|What are 3 results of sidestream smoke on a non-smoker?||Eye irritation, coughing, headaches, asthma, ear infections|
|Children of smokers are ___ times as likely to be in poor health as those of nonsmokers||two|
|Do cigars have more or less nicotine than cigarettes?||More|
|Is nicotine a stimulant or a depressant?||Stimulant|
|Does smoking increase or decrease one's blood pressure?||increase|
|Have smoking rates among teens increased or decreased in the last 10 years?||decreased|
|What are some risks to baby if a mother smokes while pregnant?||Low birth weight, stillbirth, miscarriage, premature delivery|
|What are some benefits of remaining tobacco free?||Better lung function, less risk of heart disease|
|What is the average amount of money spent yearly by a one-pack a day smoker?||$3,561|
|How much money does the US spend annually on tobacco-related illnesses?||$167 billion|
|What are two statistical results of fires caused by smoking?||$313 million in property damage 25,000 people injured yearly|