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    Alcohol, Cigarette Smoking, and Illicit Drug Use, Among Pregnant Women The controversy over the use of alcohol, cigarettes, and illicit drug use in pregnant women is a topic that has been researched and discussed for many years. There are many different opinions out there on these topics and no conclusive evidence as to how much use of these substances is too much or an acceptable amount during pregnancy, which makes it easy to conclude that the only way to truly avoid the risks of these…

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    smoking habit. Regrettably, in Indonesia, there is a lack of awareness from the smoker regarding the dangers of cigarette smoke that they breathe (Hardisman, 2009). The high consumption of cigarettes Indonesia believed to pose a very broad negative implications, not only on the quality of health but also of social and economic life in Indonesia. The facts demonstrate that the problem of cigarettes in Indonesia apparently cannot be solved simply by reminding the…

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    people smoking, everywhere; in their cars, at their house, in bars, outside, at parks, almost anywhere at almost any time. We see our dad smoking a pipe on the couch, we see our friends mom smoking at the park, we see our own family and friends with cigarettes in hand puffing away. Smoking bans are set to help save the lives of smokers, non-smokers, and the environment around us. Smoking harms the human body in many ways. Although some people tend to believe smoking helps them when it actually…

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    in the United States. Governments around the world aim to improve the health of their citizens by discouraging them from smoking. Policies and laws are instituted that aim to achieve a reduction in smoking rates mainly by limiting the appeal of cigarettes alongside making them less affordable and accessible. Price has a noticeable effect on the prevalence of smoking among teenagers and lower-income smokers and governments rely on taxes to curb smoking rates. Even though raising taxes…

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    project I decided it would be best to teach my mother, and younger brother, the harmful effects of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, vaporizers, and hookah. Since I was teaching alone I had preferred one learner, but felt it was helpful for them if I taught both. My mother is 52 and had smoked cigarettes from the age of 16 up to the age of 45. From then on she started purchasing and using the e-cigarettes, which she thought would help her from smoking. What my mother doesn’t realize is that these…

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    Different substances are easily influential in today’s day and age and are an asset in order for us to see what we like and dislike. As we use the drugs more often in our daily lives it becomes a routine for us to use them and make it part of our routine for a ‘break time’ or a ‘wake and bake’ type of situation. Marijuana is becoming apparent in today’s day and age for how easy it can be grown and how simple it is to find it in any given area. But as the user gets used to the high that marijuana…

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    individual, knowing they can actually lose the weight if they ever try. Frankly, the mentality in fighting obesity remains lower compared to a person smoking a cigarette; now the there exist a schism on the way people think about a person with obesity and a smoker. Any person knows obesity and cigarettes remain hazardous to anyone’s health, but cigarettes prompted a more serious concern more the person’s health.…

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    Health Screening and Health Promotion Education Activity: Special Olympics Experience The overall goal of the health promotion and screening stations at the Special Olympics is to promote and maintain healthy lifestyles among Special Olympics athletes. The Special Olympics health promotion and screening venue was an incredible learning experience for both us and the athletes. This paper will discuss our overall Special Olympics health promotion and screening experience. It will include the…

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    caregivers to avoid having loose blankets, toys, or other objects in bed to reduce risk of unintentional asphyxiation. 7) Educate parents on the relationship between cigarette smoking and SIDS. Smoking is the most significant modifiable risk factor in reducing the risk of SIDS. Teach parents strategies to decrease child’s exposure to cigarette smoke. Advise parents to smoke outside the house and keep the house and car smoke free. 8) Educate parents regarding risk factors of SIDS as adjustments…

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    Direct mail advertising is inherently risky, and, of itself, rarely guarantees success. If executed poorly, recipients are likely to regard it as spam and quickly dispose of it, thus being a waste of money, time, resources, and, potentially, reputation (Suttle, 2015). In fact, 44% of direct mail recipients throw the mail away immediately, without opening it (Suttle, 2015). Nevertheless, when complementing the right campaign, and when utilised correctly, direct mail is an invaluable asset. As…

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