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Chewing Tobacco Health Effects (Cancer Facts, How to Quit)

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Chewing tobacco contains many of the same toxic chemicals as a cigarette, with three times the nicotine. Learn more with Tobacco Stops With Me.

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Some facts you should know when you start to take a dip: One can of snuff gives you as much nicotine as 60 cigarettes. Nicotine gives you the “buzz” but is highly addictive. 75% of cancers in the mouth, lips, tongue, throat, nose and larynx are due to tobacco use. 28 cancer-causing substances have been found in smokeless tobacco. Long-term users have a 50% greater risk of developing oral cancers than non-users. Smokeless tobacco is harder to quit than cigarettes.

mainefrontier: A story about Jigger Jones- legendary river driver form Fryeburg Maine. Jigger was tough even at the usually tender age of 12 a fact which he quickly proved during a mealtime scuffle with a grown man twice his size upon his arrival at a logging camp. Conversation at dinner was forbidden a custom which was challenged by a new group of loggers who arrived in camp with heavy hangovers just in time for supper. When one of them insisted on talking loudly at the table Jigger…

A common misconception is that #smokeless #tobacco is a healthy alternative to #smoking. In fact, several #health problems – including #cancers and gum disease – are attributed to smokeless tobacco.

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