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Dipping tobacco, also known as moist snuff or spit tobacco, is a form of smokeless tobacco. It is commonly referred to as dip. Other street names are "ernies" or "erns" (slang). while the act of using it is called dipping or...
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A fact sheet about the health risks associated with the use of smokeless tobacco. ... Smokeless tobacco users have an increased risk of developing cancer of the oral ...
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... and chewing tobacco, smokeless tobacco and cancer, and help with quitting smokeless tobacco. ... health risks associated with the use of smokeless tobacco. ...
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Smokeless Tobacco and How to Quit(American Cancer Society) ... Article: Demographic profiles of smokeless tobacco users in the U.S. ...
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Using Smokeless Tobacco is gambling with your health! Smokeless "Spit" tobacco contains over 2,000 chemicals, many of which have been ...
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Smokeless tobacco is a safe alternative to smoking. ... cancer is four times greater for the smokeless tobacco user. ... Find alternatives to smokeless tobacco. ...
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Smokeless tobacco is ... TSNAs have been detected in some smokeless tobacco products at levels ... of nicotine absorbed from smokeless tobacco is 3 to 4 times ...
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Smokeless Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. Compliance & Integrity ... The Federal Government Raised Your Tobacco Taxes. Smokeless Use & Health Issues ...
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Smokeless Tobacco Products Chemistry and Constituents. Reducing Risk/Harm? ... In Sweden, there is no overall association between smokeless tobacco and oral cancer. ...
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Long-term use of smokeless tobacco is associated with nicotine addiction and ... Data on smokeless tobacco use were available for 43,732 persons aged greater ...
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Reported rates of smokeless tobacco use have been consistently much lower for ... The average 18-year-old had been using smokeless tobacco for about 7.5 years. ...
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Smokeless tobacco is commonly used by youths, particularly those in rural areas, ... Considerable nicotine is absorbed from smokeless tobacco. ...
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Spit Tobacco ... Three percent of American adults are smokeless tobacco users. ... Smokeless tobacco is a cancer-causing agent or carcinogen. ...
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Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People: A Report of the Surgeon General ... Preventing smoking and smokeless tobacco use among young people is critical to ...
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smokeless tobacco products cause any harm. ... Accurate smokeless tobacco prevalence data for adults are not as readily available. ...
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Unfortunately smokeless tobacco use is growing as secondhand smoke in public is ... For a printer friendly description go to the Smokeless Tobacco Products page at: ...
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