Speaker 1: The use of tobacco and its by-products continue to create serious health compromises to those addicted to their use. Over the years, there have been many iterations of nicotine delivery systems, each capable of causing an addiction and all exposing their users to different degrees of harm. This course will help wade through the various types of tobacco products on the market, the discussion of the most recent impact of e-cigarettes and JUULs on adults as well as youth and young adults. The ultimate goal of this course will be to help dental healthcare professionals work with their nicotine addicted patients to help them quit the use of these unsafe products. Getting patients to quit is a truly gratifying experience and will positively impact not only them, but their families and friends as well.
Speaker 2: You know, if you were to follow a busy doctor as he makes his daily round of calls, you would find yourself having a mighty busy time keeping up with him. Time out for many men of medicine usually means just long enough to enjoy a cigarette. And because they know what a pleasure it is to smoke a mild, good-tasting cigarette, they're particular about the brand they choose. In a repeated national survey, doctors in all branches of medicine, doctors in all parts of the country were asked, "What cigarette do you smoke, doctor?" Once again, the brand named most was Camel. Yes. According to this repeated nationwide survey, more doctors smoke Camels than any other cigarette. Why not change to Camels for the next 30 days and see what a difference it makes in your smoking enjoyment? See how Camels agree with your throat, see how mild and good tasting a cigarette can be.