Teen Health Series: Tobacco and e-Cigarette Information for Teens

Editor: Williams, Angela L.
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1786-9
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 17
Book Status: Available
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Tobacco and E-cigarettes Information For Teens, Fourth Edition, offers updated information about the health consequences associated with smoking and other forms of tobacco use. It explains some of the cultural influences that can make tobacco use seem attractive and how teen curiosity can lead to the use of e-cigarettes and its related problems.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part 1 | Facts about Tobacco and Nicotine
  • Chapter 1—Tobacco Use in Adolescence: The Problem
  • Chapter 2—Data on Current Tobacco Use among Teens and Young Adults
  • Chapter 3—Adolescents and Tobacco: Risk and Protective Factors
  • Chapter 4—Chemicals in Tobacco Products and Your Health
  • Chapter 5—Nicotine and Addiction
  • Chapter 6—The Effects of Tobacco on Health
  • Chapter 7—Economic Trends in Tobacco
  • Chapter 8—The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use
  • Chapter 9—Beware of Marketing Strategies
  • Chapter 10—Smoking in the Movies
  • Chapter 11—Preventing Tobacco Use
  • Part 2 | Electronic Cigarettes or Vaping
  • Chapter 12—What Are Electronic Cigarettes or Vaping Devices?
  • Chapter 13—How to Quit Vaping
  • Chapter 14—Dealing with Not Vaping
  • Chapter 15—Understanding Vaping Triggers
  • Chapter 16—Vaping Addiction and Nicotine Withdrawal
  • Chapter 17—Anxiety, Stress, and Vaping
  • Chapter 18—Depression and Vaping
  • Chapter 19—Outbreak of Lung Injury Associated with the Use of Vaping Products
  • Part 3 | Nicotine Delivery Systems
  • Chapter 20—Cigarettes and Brand Preferences among School Children
  • Chapter 21—Light Cigarettes
  • Chapter 22—Menthol Cigarettes
  • Chapter 23—Cigars
  • Chapter 24—Bidis and Kreteks
  • Chapter 25—Hookah Pipes
  • Chapter 26—Smokeless Tobacco
  • Chapter 27—Secondhand Smoke
  • Part 4 | Cancers Associated with Tobacco Use
  • Chapter 28—Smoking and Cancer
  • Chapter 29—Oral Cancer
  • Chapter 30—Lung Cancer
  • Chapter 31—Laryngeal Cancer
  • Chapter 32—Esophageal Cancer
  • Chapter 33—Leukemia
  • Chapter 34—Bladder Cancer
  • Chapter 35—Kidney Cancer
  • Part 5 | Other Health Concerns Related to Tobacco Use
  • Chapter 36—Aneurysms
  • Chapter 37—Asthma
  • Chapter 38—Blood Clots
  • Chapter 39—Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Chapter 40—Diabetes
  • Chapter 41—Digestive Disorders
  • Chapter 42—Eye Disease
  • Chapter 43—Heart Disease and Stroke
  • Chapter 44—Osteoporosis
  • Chapter 45—Periodontal Disease
  • Chapter 46—Pregnancy and Reproduction
  • Chapter 47—Smoking and Mental Health
  • Part 6 | Tobacco-Use Cessation
  • Chapter 48—Why You Should Quit
  • Chapter 49—Behavioral Treatments for Tobacco Dependence
  • Chapter 50—Treatments for Tobacco Dependence
  • Chapter 51—Nicotine Replacement Therapy
  • Chapter 52—Understanding and Managing Nicotine Withdrawal
  • Chapter 53—Know Your Triggers
  • Chapter 54—Fight Cravings with Exercise
  • Chapter 55—Managing Stress: A Key Part of Quitting Smoking
  • Chapter 56—Managing Mood Swings to Stay Quit
  • Chapter 57—Nutrition and Appetite While Quitting
  • Chapter 58—Slips and Relapses
  • Chapter 59—Helping Others Quit
  • Chapter 60—Free Quitline Services
  • Part 7 | If You Need More Help or Information
  • Chapter 61—Where to Get Help When You Decide to Quit Smoking
  • Chapter 62—Smoking Cessation Resources