smokeless tobacco


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Any chewed—’chew’—or snorted—’snuff’—tobacco product
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smokeless tobacco

Substance abuse Any chewed–chew or snorted–snuff tobacco product, that is regionally popular among athletes, the indigent, Native Americans and, tragically, children
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smoke·less to·bac·co

(smōklĕs tŏ-bakō)
A form of the leaf of the plant meant to be chewed or otherwise ingested orally, rather than smoked.
Synonym(s): chewing tobacco.
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The primary goal of the investigation was to assess whether high school athletic participation is associated with greater or lesser odds of cigarette and cigar smoking and smokeless tobacco use.
During 2015-2017, the proportion of students currently using cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, or hookahs who used each product [greater than or equal to] 20 of the past 30 days ranged from 14.0% of cigar smokers to 38.7% of smokeless tobacco users among high school students and from 13.1% of e-cigarette users to 24.5% of hookah smokers among middle school students.
The objective of the study was to assess the prevalence of a form of smokeless tobacco, known as Gutka, in patients attending Baqai Dental College's Out Patient Department.
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Smokeless tobacco users estimated in India and Pakistan together are around 100 million.9 Common forms of SLT used in Pakistan include Paan (Betel quid), Gutka, and Snuff, Naswar, Main Purhi and Mava.10 SLT use is integral to Pakistani culture.
Table 2 presents the statewide prevalence of any tobacco use, smoking, and smokeless tobacco among the youths aged 15-24 years in northeast India by sex.
The quantity of smokeless tobacco was derived by taking the product of packets per day and years of consumption of SLT.
APHA and other advocates noted that two baseball greats recently became examples of the results of smokeless tobacco use.
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