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Main board TOBACCO JEOPARDY!! Created by Celia Culley BSP and Rob Pammett BSP Updated June 2010.

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1 Main board TOBACCO JEOPARDY!! Created by Celia Culley BSP and Rob Pammett BSP Updated June 2010

2 Main board Cigarettes Smokeless Tobacco Negative Health Effects Benefits of Quitting Obstacles to Quitting

3 Main board This is the addictive component of cigarettes

4 Main board This is the number of chemicals that you inhale when you smoke

5 Main board This substance from cigarettes clings to surrounding surfaces and stays in the air for up to three hours after the cigarette is butted out (and is breathed in by non-smokers unfortunately)

6 Main board True or False: Filters get rid of all the harmful substances from cigarette smoke

7 Main board True or False: Light cigarettes are not as harmful to your health as regular cigarettes

8 Main board This is added to chew to increase the amount of nicotine that gets into your body

9 Main board Long-term use of chew increases risk of cancer of the mouth or cheek by up to 50 times; half of all oral cancer victims die within this many years

10 Main board It seems like many baseball players use chew, but at least this many Major League Baseball players don’t chew

11 Main board Which of these health problems are caused by chew? cancers of the throat, voice box, and esophagus increased the risk of heart disease gum and tooth disease yellow teeth chronic bad breath

12 Main board One tin of snuff has the same amount of nicotine as this many cigarettes

13 Main board Smoking is responsible for 85% of new cases of this major type of cancer

14 Main board This is one of the many effects of “smoker’s face”

15 Main board For the Guys: Impotence is this many times more likely to occur in smokers than non- smokers

16 Main board This is how many Saskatchewan people die each year from smoking-related illness

17 Main board Smoking when pregnant increases complications in pregnancy for the woman & the baby, risk of miscarriage, low birth weight, and SIDS. Doing this would dramatically decrease the risk to both the woman and the fetus.

18 Main board You would have this much extra money after one year of being smoke-free (if you had been smoking 1 pack per day)

19 Main board Which of these are benefits of quitting smoking Save lots of money Improve your health More energy Cigarettes no longer control your life Smoking will no longer affect the health of those around you

20 Main board It takes this many days after quitting, for your sense of smell and taste to begin to return

21 Main board It takes this many months after quitting for your coughing, stuffy nose, and tiredness to improve

22 Main board This is how many years of being smoke-free it takes for your risk of dying from lung cancer get cut in half

23 Main board This type of pressure can make it hard to quit when everyone else is smoking around you

24 Main board Fear of this change in physical appearance after quitting smoking can make you not want to quit

25 Main board True or False: Smoking helps you deal with stress

26 Main board True or False: Quitting is easier to do if you have support from family and friends

27 Main board True or False: There’s nothing you can do to make the withdrawal symptoms from quitting smoking better


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