UT Arlington PSYC 3303 - Tobacco and Nicotine (6 pages)

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Effects of tobacco use and trends


Lecture number:
7
Pages:
6
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Texas at Arlington
Course:
Psyc 3303 - Drugs and Behavior
Edition:
1

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PSYC 3303 1nd Edition Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture I Drug Postmarketing phase A Pharmaceutical reps B Specific Procedures of OTC II FDA A GRAS GRAE GRAHL B Packaging C Standardizing labels III Major OTC analgesics A Aspirin B Acetaminophen C Ibuprofen D Cold and Allergy Meds Outline of Current Lecture IV Nicotine and Tobacco Use A History B Today V VI What s in Tobacco Pharmacology of Nicotine These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute VII Effects of Tobacco Use VIII Consequences A Health Consequences B Deaths and Patterns of Behavior C Smokeless Tobacco IX Global Trends X Quitting Current Lecture IV Nicotine and Tobacco Use A History Tobacco was introduced to Europe in 1559 originated in North and South America and was brought to Europe by Columbus Originally used for pipe smoking and snuffing Inhaling through nose then sneeze it out In the 19th Century the most popular form of tobacco use was chewing and cigar smoking In the 1900s cigarettes started becoming popular after much campaigning Up to the 60s it was considered the thing to do everybody did it baseball players publicized it too In 1964 Surgeon General Reports link between cancer serious diseases and tobacco changed some things BUT tobacco companies started marketing it in ways that people would still buy it Tobacco companies started advertising use of filtered low tar low nicotine cigarettes But people smoked more of those to compensate In the 1990s laws started to be implemented for smoke free zones in restaurants and public places but was not yet completely smoke free B Today All commercial places are completely smoke free There has been a decline in tobacco use ever since caused by societal pressure outcaster and federal taxes making it very expensive to keep up the habit In 1998 246 billion were given to states by the tobacco companies to pay for all the people using government hospitals



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