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|#16171/2003 BLOWING SMOKE - VAPING TEENS|
E-cigarettes have been called the next generation cigarette and vaping the newest way for teens to start smoking. Most teens assume vaping is harmless, however it is not. Studies have shown that the gases and particles in e-cigarette vapors can harm the lungs, brain, heart and immune system. So what is vaping? What is the vapor made from and how does it work? Do e-cigarettes contain toxins? Are e-cigarettes dangerous? Do e-cigarettes contain nicotine?What are the short and long term side effects? E-cigarettes actually emit a suspension of particles, toxins and other chemicals suspended within a gas. E-cig vapor often contains even more particles than tobacco smoke.Grades 8 to 12
|#6476/0975 COMPLETE STORY ABOUT TOBACCO|
This compelling program is three complete videos in one. Offers viewers a chance to examine their motivation for smoking. It's not about scare tactics. It's about self-realization and what part smoking, in the face of all the evidence against doing it, plays. Also provides useful tools to be used in quitting. The video is broken down into three 20-minute parts - LOSS, RISK and CARING. In conclusion, A COMPLETE STORY puts a question to viewers: know that every time you smoke you are showing a total disregard for yourself. Wonder why you don't care?
|#15961/1420 E-CIGARETTES: Facts and Myths|
This is an honest assessment of e-cigarette dangers - is it a safer alternative or another dangerous habit? Provides information on nicotine addiction, secondhand vapor, toxic chemicals and carcinogens, liquid nicotine precautions, and other safety issues. Designed for e-cigarette smokers and traditional cigarette smokers considering switching. Examines e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation tool as well as safer options. *A full-length preview of this title is available upon requestGrades 7 to A
|#10276/0735 ONE BREATH AT A TIME (First Nations Smoking Prevention)|
How ironic that sacred ritual, the use of tobacco, first introduced to Europeans by aboriginal North Americans has been transformed into a huge killing industry that actually takes a very grim toll in First Nations communities. Presents a native perspective on addiction to nicotine, the health problems that result, and the challenges involved for individuals and whole communities trying to quit!
|#10873/1420 PHYSICAL EFFECTS OF SMOKING|
This is a video that offers smokers or people who love them...or can't stand the smoke anyway...reasons to quit and backs them up with scientific evidence on how really destructive smoking is to the entire human body. Grades 9 to A
|#14548/0697 SMOKEY JOEY|
*Recommended! School Library Journal This young persons' video explores how peer pressure leads Joey Fingerhead (finger puppet) to begin smoking even though he knows it is not good for him.
|#4303/0405 SMOKING OUT THE TRUTH: Teens and Tobacco|
Why, why, why do teenagers still take up smoking?!? Aimed at teen classroom audiences, this video examines root causes like perversely-focused marketing and peer pressure to demonstrate how manipulation lies behind the continued 'popularity' of this seriously addictive and dangerous substance. Grades 7 to 12
|#5712/1365 SMOKING: Getting Ready to Quit - 2nd Edition|
Identifies and explains positive techniques that can make quitting easier and more successful. Actual smokers, in various stages of quitting, share tips and techniques that have helped them control their tobacco cravings. Grades 9 to A
|#10871/0505 SMOKING: The Toxic Truth 2.0|
Now updated to include social media, this very popular title explains what your friends won't tell you about cigarettes! The real ugly side of smoking is portrayed for prevention; Interviews with informed teens debunk myths about smoking. Viewers are shown horrific medical realities of smoking.Finally, teens warn teens about tobacco addiction. Grades 7 to 12
|#14552/0510 TOBACCO (Teen Files Flipped)|
A powerful program that graphically demonstrates to teens who use tobacco exactly what this deadly habit is doing to them. Today, the number of teen smokers is the highest it’s been in two decades. A Discovery Production.Grades 9 to 12
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