tobacco user


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Noun1.tobacco user - a person who smokes tobaccotobacco user - a person who smokes tobacco    
consumer - a person who uses goods or services
chain-smoker - a heavy smoker (usually of cigarettes) who lights one off of another
cigarette smoker - a smoker of cigarettes
cigar smoker - a smoker of cigars
pipe smoker - a smoker who uses a pipe
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"Making tobacco-dependence treatment a covered benefit of insurance plans increases the likelihood that a tobacco user will receive treatment and quit successfully," the authors wrote.
When an athlete or any other individual is identified as a smokeless tobacco user, he must be examined carefully for oral pathology and especially leukoplakia.
For this report, statistical software was used to analyze weighted 2007 and 2012 Argentina GYTS data for the following categories: current cigarette smoker, frequent cigarette smoker, current smoker of other tobacco, ever smoked a cigarette, current smokeless tobacco user, current tobacco user, and exposure to SHS.
He said that there are three themes for this competition; "Raise taxes on tobacco", "Tobacco is a loss of health and morale" and "Tobacco user is a bad example to others".
Comparison of Sputum AFB Smear Grading among Smokeless Tobacco Users and Non-Tobacco Users Sputum AFB Tobacco Chewer Non Tobacco User Smear Grading (%) (n=68) (n=68) Scanty 2 (2.9) 6 (8.8) 1+ 16 (23.5) 30 (44.1) 2+ 26 (38.2) 18 (26.5) 3+ 24 (35.2) 14 (20.5)
Owing to nicotine dependency, when tobacco user tries to stop its use, most smokers experience withdrawal symptoms, like irritability, anger, restlessness, impatience, insomnia and difficulty concentrating.
Sociodemographic Total Moderate or Moderate or variables N (%) high-risk high-risk alcohol alcohol and tobacco or tobacco user N (%) user N (%) All 2208 765 (34.5) 686 (31.1) Age in years 18-25 522 (23.6) 219 (42.0) 158 (30.3) 26-34 527 (23.9) 199 (37.8) 171 (32.4) 35-44 567 (25.7) 193 (34.0) 182 (32.1) 45-60 592 (26.8) 151 (25.5) 175 (29.6) Education Primary or less 1157 (52.4) 410 (35.4) 356 (30.8) Secondary 849 (38.5) 307 (36.2) 276 (32.5) Postsecondary 202 (9.1) 45 (22.3) 54 (26.7) Marital status Never married 571 (25.9) 193 (33.8) 169 (29.6) Married or cohabiting 1569 (71.1) 536 (34.2) 500 (31.9) Separated/Divorced/ 68 (3.1) 33 (48.5) 17 (25.0) Widowed Religious 2187 (99.1) 754 (34.5) 681 (31.1) affiliation: Buddhist (vs.
Although other chemicals in tobacco cause health problems like heart disease, lung disease and cancer, it is nicotine that 'hooks' the tobacco user.
The State can decrease this epidemic by increasing funding and support for effective, sustained, and comprehensive tobacco prevention and cessation programs; encourage health providers to help every tobacco user to quit; work toward prohibiting smoking in all public and work places; and encourage health insurance companies to provide tobacco cessation services.
"Making tobacco dependence treatment a covered benefit of insurance plans increases the likelihood that a tobacco user will receive treatment and quit successfully," the authors wrote.
Smokeless tobacco users are a special tobacco user population with a limited research base.

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