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Vaping Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A highly addictive substance in any form and is commonly vaped. Nicotine
________ is the use of high-tech, advanced electronic devices such as electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), Vaping
Appealing flavorings are a marketing endeavor to attract adolescents, disguise harsh tobacco, and facilitate nicotine _________. Addiction
Flavorings/________ were among the 3 most commonly reported reasons for e-cigarette use among teenagers Taste
______ adults encompass over 20% of the population in the United States. young
58.8% of _____ school students in 2015 reported using e-cigarettes and additionally combustible tobacco products. high
During adolescence while the _____ is developing, nicotine can result in addiction and harmful consequences such as behavioral and cognitive impairments, memory issues, inattention, and executive function impairments. Brain
E-cigarette use among middle and high school students _______, rising from approximately 660,000 to 2 million students. Tripled
The vaping culture of using non–cigarette tobacco and electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) is the latest ______ among adolescents and young adults. trend
Only 10% of the adolescent research participants stated they were using e-cigarettes in an attempt to ______ smoking regular cigarettes. Quit
Almost half a million people ____ each year in the U.S. because of tobacco use through cigarettes making it this nations greatest cause of preventable death. Die
These products appear to replicate the appearance of an extended flash drive or stick and are popular among adolescents and young adults JUUL
Reasons reported for using-curiosity, taste, and belief that cigarettes are _____ harmful than other tobacco products. less
Everyday more than 3200 children aged 18 years or younger ______ their first cigarette. smoke

Tobacco Word Search

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Asthma
Sidestream Smoke
Mainstream Smoke
Secondhand Smoke
Tobacco Legislation
Positive Peer Pressure
Oral Cancer
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Nicotine Withdrawal
Arrhythmia
Vaping
Hookah
Bladder Cancer
Lung Cancer
Heart Disease
Cigarettes
Smokeless Tobacco
Carbon Monoxide
Tar
Carcinogen
Nicotine
Addictive Drug

Vaping Word Search

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Herbert Gilbert
smokeless
hon lik
Norman Jacobson
eliquid
cloud chasing
mods
rehab
marijuana
thc
juul
communication
risky behaviors
sexual activity
substance abuse
violence
injury
trending
gateway drug
gene mutations
nicotine addiction
vape pen
lung cancer
heart disease
chemicals
social activity
flavors
death
tobacco
hookah
teens
ecigs
vape

E-Cigarettes, Vaping, & JUULing Bingo Cards

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Nicotine
Lead
Chemicals
JUUL
Pen
Developing adolescent brain
Flavors
Addicting
Advertising
Explosion
Popcorn lung
Poisoning
Aerosol
Marijuana
3.6 million
E-cigarettes
USB drive
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Vaping/ e-cigarettes Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The action or practice of inhaling and exhaling the vapour produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device. Vaping
The smoke produced from the liquid in an e-cigarette Vapour
A USB vaping device JUUL
Vaping/ E-cigarettes can help people quit.... Smoking
Best selling e-liquid flavour for e-cigarettes in Australia Tobacco
Best vape hardware brand Kanger
Highly addictive stimulant in e-cigarettes Nicotine
The organ which can get irritated and damaged by an e-cigarette Lung
Nicotine affects ----- development Brain
Number of vaping stores in Adelaide Twenty
Vaping can cause --hydration Dehydration

Juuling & vaping Word Search

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Teens
Smoking rate
Unhealthy
Health
Dead
Kill
Therapy
Doctors
Smoking
Vape
Juules

Vaping Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

What is in vaping liquid that makes it addictive? Nicotine
Vaping liquid can be poisonous if __________. Swallowed
What is the brand name of a popular vape? Juul
A US study shows kids as young as grade __________ have tried vaping. eight
Vaping with nicotine can lead to __________ smoking
Vaping products can easily be found in __________ stores. convenience
Vaping with nicotine salts can affect __________. concentration
What is the last name of the professor that led a study on vaping? Hammond
Vaping devices were originally created to aid in __________ smoking. quitting
A teenager was recently hospitalized for vaping illness in what Canadian city? London

Contents of cigarettes Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Found in nail polish remover Acetone
an ingredient in hair dye Acetic Acid
a common household cleaner Ammonia
used in rat poison Arsenic
found in rubber cement Benzene
used in lighter fluid Butane
active component in battery acid Cadmium
Released in car exhaust fumes Carbon Monoxide
Embalming fluid Formaldehyde
Found in barbecue lighter fluid Hexamine
used in batteries Lead
An ingredient in mothballs Naphthalene
a main component in rocket fuel Methanol
used as insecticide Nicotine
material for paving roads Tar
used to manufacture paint Toluene
a preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of an American plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for smoking or chewing. Tobacco
colourless pungent gas in solution made by oxidizing methanol. formaldehyde
group of chlorofluorocarbons and related compounds. freon
Pest killer methoprene
Sugar alcohol/sweetener maltitol
a solid material which is typically hard, shiny, malleable, fusible, and ductile Metals
pheromone used by some organisms, double bond isomer of nerolic acid. geranic acid
highly corrosive strong mineral acid sulfuric acid
It is a colorless, extremely poisonous and flammable liquid that boils slightly above room temperature. Hydrogen cyanide

Drugs/Alcohol/Tobacco Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The non-addicting chemical in Marijuana (abbreviation). THC
The addicting chemical located in tobacco. NICOTINE
Must be 21 years old to purchase, consume, and/or possess. Alcohol
A nickname for ECSTACY. Molly
The most common way to consume ALCOHOL. Drink
The name of the plant that HEROIN and morphine based prescription drugs comes from. Opium
The most common way to consume COCAINE. Snort
A common way to consume TOBACCO in a non-smoking form. Chew
A more modern way to consume NICOTINE, THC, or CAFFEINE. Vaping
A category of a drug that slows down a person's nervous system when consumed. Depressant
A category of a drug that speeds up the nervous system when a drug is consumed Stimulant
A brain disease
When someone continues to use a drug despite understanding the consequences. ADDICTION
A group of severe symptoms (vomiting, sweating, anxiety) that occurs after abruptly stopping drug use. Withdrawal
The refillable part (where the drug is located) of a "Vape" Pen. Cartridge
A drug that is taken for a rapid increase in muscle growth. Steroids

Nicotine Word Search

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nicotine
vaping
cigar
chemicals
breathing
smoke
hookah
chew
pipe
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cigarette
second hand smoke
tobacco
lungs
no smoking