Smoking and Tobacco Use. Did you know?. More than 1,000 people in the U.S. die each day from smoking-related illness Smoking kills more people each year than AIDS, fires, car accidents, murders, suicides, alcohol and other drugs combined . Why is tobacco so bad? .
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Carbon Monoxide-auto exhaust, gas chambersCarbon Dioxide Carbonyl Sulfide Benzene (1) Toluene-industrial solvent, in explosivesFormaldehyde (2)- body tissue preserverAcrolein-aquatic herbicide=burned glycerol
Acetone-poisonous solvent, nail polish removerPyridine-poisonous solventMethylpyridine-insecticide solvent Vinylpyridine Hyrogen Cyanide-rat poison, gas chambersHydrazine-rocket fuel chemical
Ammonia-poisonous, cleaning agent for toilets and floorsMethylamine-tanning agentDimethylamine-tanning acceleratorNitrogen Oxides Nitrosodimethylamine Nitrosodiethylamine Nitrosopyrrolidine Formic Acid-caustic solventAcetic Acid-caustic solventMethyl Chloride-poisonous refrigerantButadiene Particulate Matter-animal carcinogenNicotine-insecticide, cockroach killerAnatabine Phenol-toilet bowl disinfectantWhat is in tobacco and cigarettes?Lots of toxic chemicals!
Catechol-tanning, dyeing agentHydroquinone-photographic developing agentAniline-industrial solventToluidine-agent in dye manufactureNapthalamine-mothballsAminobiphenyl Benz(a)anthracene Benzo(a)pyrene Cholesterol Butyrolactone Quinoline-specimen preservativeHarman Nitrosonornicotine NNH Nitrodiethanolamine Cadmium Nickel Zinc-anti-corrosion coating for metalsAluminum-metalTitanium-metalCopper-metalMercury-metal
Silicon-metalSilver-metalGold-metalPolonium-210-radioactive elementBenzoic Acid-tobacco curing agentLactic Acid-caustic solvent Glycolic Acid-metal cleaning agentSuccinic Acid-agent in Lacquer manufacturePCDDs and PCDFs –dioxins, dibenzofurans Hexamine-barbecue lighterStearic Acid-candle waxCadmium-rechargeable batteriesArsenic-poisonButane-cigarette lighter fluidPropylene Glycol-antifreeze
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Rick Bender was a Major League baseball player who lost half of his face due to chewing tobacco.
This is what smokers really look like
The symptoms will pass so be patient and don’t sneak a smoke or a chew or you will have to deal with the symptoms longer.