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1
Which of the following is an effect of nicotine?
A)blood vessel dilation
B)increased formation of urine
C)increased heart rate
D)all of the above
2
For most regular tobacco users, withdrawal symptoms can include
A)fatigue and insomnia.
B)irritability and anger.
C)muscle pains.
D)all of the above.
3
Most severe nicotine withdrawal symptoms subside in
A)2 to 3 hours.
B)2 to 3 days.
C)2 to 3 weeks.
D)2 to 3 months.
4
What group of Americans make up the largest percentage of new smokers?
A)children and young teens
B)college students
C)migrant workers
D)minorities
5
An ingredient in tobacco that seriously limits the body's ability to use oxygen is
A)benzopyrene.
B)carbon monoxide.
C)nicotine.
D)urethane.
6
Health consequences related to the use of spit tobacco include
A)bone loss around teeth.
B)cancer of the lip, tongue, and cheek.
C)nicotine dependence.
D)all of the above.
7
Which of the following behavioral factors increases the chances of a smoker's permanently quitting?
A)eating more fruits and vegetables
B)getting adequate sleep
C)having a glass of wine daily
D)regular physical activity
8
Loss of lung tissue elasticity is characteristic of
A)bronchitis.
B)pulmonary edema.
C)emphysema
D)pneumonia.
9
Clove cigarettes
A)contain fewer toxic components than regular tobacco.
B)do not have the same health risks as regular tobacco.
C)are a safe alternative to regular tobacco cigarettes.
D)contain more tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide than regular tobacco cigarettes.
10
Which of the following is an effect of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS)?
A)lung cancer
B)sinus infections
C)allergies
D)sinus infections and allergiesAll of the choices are effects of ETS.
E)All of the choices are effects of ETS.







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