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Who Wants to be a Millionaire “Tobacco”. 1 st Question. 90% of smokers are made up of which classification listed below? A – College-age students B – Children and teens C – Middle-aged women D – Elderly men Answer – B Children and Teens.

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1 st question
1st Question
  • 90% of smokers are made up of which classification listed below?
  • A – College-age students
  • B – Children and teens
  • C – Middle-aged women
  • D – Elderly men
  • Answer – B Children and Teens
slide3
What is the psychoactive drug in cigarettes that causes people to be addicted to them and reaches the bloodstream in just seconds?
  • A – Tar
  • B – Nicotine
  • C – Cloves
  • D – Bidis
  • Answer – B Nicotine
slide4
What is the ratio of smokers who want to quit?
  • A – 1 out of 2
  • B – 2 out of 10
  • C – 3 out of 4
  • D – 5 out of 10
  • Answer - C
slide5
Tobacco smoke contains several hundreds of different chemicals, including nail polish remover and lighter fluid. How many of them are cancer-causing agents?
  • A – less than 10
  • B – 20-30
  • C – 30-40
  • D – at least 40
  • Answer - D
slide6

Peripheral vascular disease is caused by narrowing arteries in the legs and arms. Smoking greatly increases the risk and severity. This disease can lead to gangrene and the risk of infection or amputation increases.

slide7
What percentage of smokers who stop smoking pick the habit back up in one year’s time?
  • A – 60%
  • B – 45%
  • C – 50%
  • D – 75%
  • Answer – D
slide8
What is the earliest an addiction can occur to tobacco?
  • A – one month
  • B – couple of days
  • C – two months
  • D – six months
  • Answer - B
slide9
Nicotine can either excite or tranquilize the nervous system, depending on what?
  • A – dosage
  • B – cigarette type
  • C – filter size
  • D – medication in the system
  • Answer - A
slide10
Nicotine stimulates this part of the brain, which controls mental activity and complex behaviors?
  • A – hypothalamus
  • B – cerebral cortex
  • C – brain stem
  • D – frontal lobe
  • Answer - B
lung cancer
Lung Cancer
  • Smoking is the primary cause of lung cancer
slide12
Cigarette smoke contains carbon monoxide, the deadly gas in automobile exhaust, in concentrations _____ times greater than is considered safe in industrial workplaces
  • A – 100
  • B – 200
  • C - 400
  • D – 500
  • Answer - C
slide13
This is the name of another poisonous substance found in cigarettes other than nicotine?
  • A – Tar
  • B – Arsenic
  • C – Methodone
  • D – Benzopyrene
  • Answer - B
slide14
Smoking is the most widespread single cause of this?
  • A – stroke
  • B – mental retardation
  • C – coronary heart disease
  • D – respiratory failure
  • Answer - C
slide15
Smokers have a death rate of ____% higher than that of nonsmokers?
  • A – 50%
  • B – 30%
  • C – 70%
  • D – 60%
  • Answer - C
oral cancer
Oral Cancer
  • Long-term use of smokeless tobacco increases the risk of oral cancer nearly fifty times
slide17
This is the name of the chemical found in tobacco smoke that causes genetic mutations in the lungs and causes lung cancer?
  • A – Benzopyrene
  • B – Methodone
  • C - Pyrosil
  • D – Hempsol
  • Answer - A
slide18
Which of the following is not a risk factor that helps increase your risk of lung cancer?
  • A – age at which you start
  • B - # of cigs smoked each day
  • C - # of years smoking
  • D – type of cigarette
  • Answer - D
slide19
Smoking is the primary cause of this, which is a disabling condition in which the walls of the air sacs in the lungs loose their elasticity and are gradually destroyed?
  • A – bronchitis
  • B – respiratory arrest
  • C – emphysema
  • D – COLD – (chronic obstructive lung disease)
  • Answer - C
slide21
A person will die from smoking every how many seconds in a day?
  • A – 10
  • B – 45
  • C – 60
  • D – 90
  • Answer - A
slide22
Holding a dip in the mouth for 30 minutes is the equivalent of how many cigarettes?
  • A - 0
  • B – 1
  • C – 2
  • D – 3
  • Answer - D
removed larynx
Removed Larynx
  • 82% of cancer of the larynx is attributable to cigarette smoking.
slide24
Smoke exhaled by smokers is known as this?
  • A – sidestream smoke
  • B – mainstream smoke
  • C – firsthand smoke
  • D – trigger smoke
  • Answer - B
slide25
Second hand smokes causes about how many deaths per year from lung cancer?
  • A – 1,000
  • B – 3,000
  • C – 5,000
  • D- 10,000
  • Answer - B
slide26
When speaking of second-hand smoke, which of the following is not a condition or disease that children are susceptible to.
  • A – asthma
  • B – pneumonia
  • C – SIDS
  • D – allergies
  • Answer - D
slide27
Children will inhale _____ times more pollutants through second hand smoke than adults will?
  • A – Two
  • B – Three
  • C – Four
  • D – Six
  • Answer - B
slide28
Which of the following is least likely to occur when a woman smokes that is pregnant?
  • A – miscarriage
  • B – high birth weight
  • C – mental retardation
  • D- intellectual development
  • Answer - B
slide29
Each cigarette you smoke takes away how many minutes from your life?
  • A – 3
  • B – 7
  • C – 45
  • D – 65
  • Answer - B
slide30
On average, how many more year do non-smokers live than smokers?
  • A – 5
  • B – 6
  • C – 15
  • D – 20
  • Answer - C
slide31
Spit tobacco is made from a mixture of tobacco, nicotine, sweeteners, abrasives, salts and chemicals. It contains over 3,000 chemicals including about 28 known carcinogens.Which of the following is not a harmful chemical found in spit tobacco?
  • A – Embalming fluid
  • B – Cyanide
  • C – Floor stripping wax
  • D – Car battery fluid
  • C – Floor Stripping Wax
last question
Last Question
  • When using smokeless tobacco, white or red patches may appear in the mouth after a few uses and help lead to oral cancer. What are these patches called?
  • A – oral lymphomas
  • B - bidis
  • C – gingivitis
  • D – leukoplakia
  • Answer - D
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