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Chapter 13 Tobacco. Lesson 4 Tobacco’s Costs to Society. Click for:. >> Main Menu. >> Chapter 13 Assessment. Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation. Next >>. secondhand smoke. Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS).
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Chapter 13 Tobacco Lesson 4 Tobacco’s Coststo Society Click for: >> Main Menu >> Chapter 13 Assessment Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation. Next >>
secondhandsmoke Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) Smoke that comes directly from a burning cigarette • sidestreamsmoke
mainstreamsmoke Smoke that is exhaled by a smoker A nonsmoker who breathes in secondhand smoke • passivesmoker
In this lesson, you will learn to • identifyways in which tobacco harms nonsmokers. • describethe costs tobacco use has on society.
Identifying Problems and Solutions After reading this lesson, state why secondhand smoke is a problem. Offer your suggestions for dealing with this problem.
Tobacco’s Many Costs For every dollar spent to spread the word about the dangers of tobacco, tobacco companies spend $23 on marketing. $23 1$
Tobacco’s Many Costs Amount tobacco companies spend on advertising: $12.7billion Amount the United States spends on health care costs related to tobacco use: $157billion Cost per person of health care costs related to tobacco use: $632per person
Costs to the Individual The average smoker smokes a pack and a half a day. The average price per pack in most states is $5. A pack and a half a day equals about $7.50. $225 per month. $27,000 over a ten year period. Smokers pay higher health insurance rates. Smokers live shorter lives.
Costs to the Nonsmoker Secondhand smoke is a combination of sidestream smoke and mainstream smoke. secondhand smoke Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) sidestream smoke Smoke that comes directly from a burning cigarette, pipe, or cigar mainstream smoke Smoke that is exhaled by a smoker
Costs to the Nonsmoker A passive smoker can develop many of the same health problems as people who smoke cigarettes. passive smoker A nonsmoker who breathes in secondhand smoke About 40,000 nonsmokers die each year from heart disease. About 30,000 nonsmokers die each year from lung cancer.
Costs to the Nonsmoker Each year, between 150,000 and 300,000 infants and toddlers develop pneumonia or bronchitis from secondhand smoke. Secondhand smoke is estimated to cause between 200,000 to 1 million asthma attacks each year.
Costs to the Unborn Child Low birth weight Early birth Developmental problems Risks of SmokingDuring Pregnancy
Cost of Lost Productivity People who use tobacco are sick more often than nonsmokers, which means less productivity on the job. It is estimated that smoking costs the U.S. economy $80 billion per year in lost productivity.
Countering the Costs of Tobacco Proposals for Countering the Costs of Tobacco Ban the sale and manufacturing of tobacco products. Increase the amount of excise tax on cigarettes.
Lesson 4 Review What I Learned VocabularyWhat is secondhand smoke? How does it affect the nonsmoker?
Lesson 4 Review What I Learned IdentifyHow much money do tobacco companies spend each year on advertising?
Lesson 4 Review What I Learned VocabularyWhat is smoking’s cost to the U.S. in terms of business productivity?
Lesson 4 Review Thinking Critically EvaluateWhy are pregnant women advised not to smoke?
Lesson 4 Review Thinking Critically AnalyzeErin was waiting in line for the movies. When the man in front of Erin lit a cigarette, the woman standing beside the man said it was rude. “Why?” the man asked. “I’m not hurting anyone else, am I?” How would you respond to this question?
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