How do nicotine and tobacco cause cancer? Check all that applyby weakening the body’s immune system by decreasing blood-sugar levels by damaging or changing a cell's DNA by increasing heart rate by increasing phlegm and mucous production
by weakening the body’s immune system
by damaging or changing a cell's DNA
Tobacco contains about 60 carcinogens. The vast majority belong to three groups: 1) polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, 2) aromatic amines and 3) nitrosamines, the latter related to nicotine. Both tobacco and nicotine weaken the immune system of the individual, leaving him susceptible to various diseases. In addition, both tobacco and nicotine can damage or alter a cell's DNA, which can lead to cancer.
Nicotine is not a substance that directly causes cancer. However, nicotine participates in carcinogenesis by acting as an intermediary of macromolecules by its nitrosation [(bonds between nitrous groups and organic molecules), producing as a result nitrosamines (carcinogenic chemical compounds produced from nitrite and amines)] of tobacco.
I would say..
A.) By weakening the body`s immune system. And D.) By increasing phlegm and mucous production.
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A psychiatrist will establish privacy guidelines with clients near the end of their second diagnostic visit. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
A psychiatrist will establish privacy guidelines with clients near the end of their second diagnostic visit is ethical violations in clinical psychology.
Thus, the given statement is false.
What is clinical psychology?
Clinical psychology is the branch of psychology related to the assessment and treatment of mental illness and abnormal behaviour.
Psychiatrist use several therapies such as behavior therapy, developmental therapy, and psychoanalytic therapy in clinical psychology.
Ethical violations during clinical psychology are mentioned below:
possibility of inappropriate gratification
the dissolution of the therapeutic hold
communication between therapist and patient raise intrapsychic conflicts
Therefore,A psychiatrist will establish privacy guidelines with clients near the end of their second diagnostic visit is ethical violations in clinical psychology.
1. the action of bending or the condition of being bent, especially the bending of a limb or joint.
2.a part that is added to something to enlarge or prolong it; a continuation.
3.are those in which you stand, sit or lie still and hold a single position for a period of time, up to about 45 seconds.
4.is a movement-based type of stretching. It uses the muscles themselves to bring about a stretch.
5.involves stretching by bouncing into (or out of) a stretched position by making use of the stretched muscles as a spring that pulls you out of the stretched position, for example bouncing down repeatedly to touch your toes.
Ventricles are the _______ chambers of the heart. A. top B. bottom C. smaller D. middle
Ventricles are the bottom chambers of the heart.
If I was beaten up badly should I stay still or fight back?
fight beat their a** :)
Answer: No , because you could injure yourself more than you already are
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Who wantts to play among us
me but,i cant
explanation,i need points sorry☺
Sure but I du even know if like we’re in the same country whatever