• smoking habit among teenagers
    RELATED LITERATURE AND STATUS CONCEPT OF THE RESEARCHER The concept of the researcher is to determine the cause and effect of the cigarette smoking to the students in PATTS College of Aeronautics. FOREIGN LITERATURE FOREIGN STUDY According to the Taiwanese researchers had further identified...
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    Chapter2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Excerpts from Smoking-related Research Analysis by the Congressional Research Service (color emphasis is mine) In response to a request from the US Congress, the Congressional Research Service undertook an analysis of the potential health...
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    develop TB than non-smokers. CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURES AND STUDIES Foreign literature about smoking Cigarette smoking is one of the major killers in world. The biggest side affect of smoking is cancer. Cancer is a group of many related diseases. Most...
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  • Smoking Among Teenagers
    addictive drug. He/She consumes 10-20 cigarettes per day. CHAPTER II: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE FOREIGN LITERATURE Smoking tobacco goes back thousands of years. Tobacco smoking with pipes and cigars was common to many...
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  • Causes of Smoking Habit Among Teenagers
    male and 20 female respondent, their aged ranged from 13 to 19 years. Statement of the problem -Why do teenagers smoke? -Why do teenagers start smoking? -What are the signs of teenager smoking? Foreign Literature Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, and May Complicate...
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  • Impact of Parental Smoking in the Smoking Patterns Among Selected Students of Far Eastern University School Year 2006-2007
    quality of their general appearance. Nevertheless, the importance of providing clear relevant information about the effects of smoking on health and fitness should not be underestimated. There is evidence that adolescent smokers are surprisingly unaware of these effects and that they do not feel...
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  • Smoking Habits
    mind the ability to think faster. CHAPTER TWO REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE FOREIGN LITERATURE On The cause and effect of smoking habit of the students According to the study of Stacy Mcnees (May 2011), smoking causes lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema...
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  • Policy Paper
    LITERATURE R.A No. 10351 an act restructuring the excise tax on alcohol and tobacco also known as Sin Tax Law and it has been in effect since January 1, 2013 with many cigarette vendors already abiding by it. The Philippines has the highest adult and youth smoking rates in Southeast Asia and almost...
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    from cardiovascular disease. Many Filipinos will express their stress by complaining about recurring headaches, or abdominal pains, accompanied by dizziness, nausea, fatigue. Review of Studies Foreign Studies A study entitled “Stress, social support and health-related behavior: a study of...
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  • Cigarette Smoking
    influential than health-related beliefs. In one study, it was found that beliefs about the physical consequences of smoking (getting lung disease, heart trouble) were not significantly related to future smoking (Collins et al.,1987) Local Literature The Philippines is one of the countries where smoking...
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    vices that influenced the minors is smoking. Many know its effect on one’s health, but because they enjoy it, they continue doing it. Smoking continuously spread through Brgy.176 Bagong Silang, Caloocan City. Many minors easily influenced by their friends among vices that are not good for them...
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  • Smoking
    the researchers additional knowledge about the topic and the comprehensive view of the study. Related literature Foreign Literature Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States (U.S.). Although cigarette smoking among adults has steadily declined over the past...
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    reporters, etc., and the brochure would be provided as a reminder.”59 As with other scientific research, only a portion of the scientific literature on passive smoking garners press attention.60 We identified 121 different scientific publications on the health effects of passive smoking cited in...
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  • effects of syntax bill to student smokers of Mindanao University of Science and Technology
    or agent; a result. Non-smokers. This term refer to the respondents or a student who does not involve or engages smoking of tobacco and cigarettes. CHAPTER 2 Review of Related Literature This part shows studies both local and foreign which are related to the study of the “Effects of Syntax...
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  • The Culture of Legal Change
    statements about the health consequences of smoking. Fifth, when seven tobacco industry CEOs testified before Representative Henry Waxman’s Subcommittee on Health and the Environment on April 14, 1994, each denied that nicotine was addictive, flatly contradicting the information later revealed by...
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  • Effects of Smoking in Weight Changes
    their elasticity. These effects occur on both smokers and non smokers (children and adults) who live with smokers. Habitual smokers usually have great difficulty quitting or reducing their smoking and need much encouragement. Nurses play a key role in presenting accurate information about the...
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    the fact that while we slowly discourage smoking and too much drinking, we are shoring up more revenues to provide quality health care to all Filipinos. Tobacco is one of the main sources of living in the Philippines and the only legal consumer product that kills, when used as intended, and is...
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  • Sirit Na
    , values, or behavior in order to conform to group norms. 2. Chapter II: Review of Related Literature and Studies Local Studies MANILA, Philippines. About 17.3 million Filipinos aged 15 years old and above are tobacco smokers with at least 13.8 million smoking daily, the Philippine Global...
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  • Smoking
    15 IV – 6 Review of Related Literature September 25, 2012 SMOKING The Harmful Effects of Smoking [1] According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Cigarette smoking kills a minimum of five million people a year. “Unless countries take drastic action, tobacco...
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  • Preventive Management of Complications on Mothers Who Have Undergone Abortion
    REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The following related literatures and studies provided a baseline of information, which were retrieved from thesis, journals and databases, and websites to give further details about the study. Related Studies Foreign Somewhere on this globe, every ten seconds...
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