Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Cancer Prevention: Oral Health And The Effects Of Chewing Tobacco

Chewing tobacco is more dangerous than smoking a cigarette. According to "The Doctors" It can cause oral cancer. Chewing it is highly more risky than smoking. Those who have oral cancer are dead in five years, this is no joke!

One can of tobacco has the equivalent of 80 cigarettes. So, with that in mind if you chew it then it is time to stop. Don't you think?

Love your health

Oral Cancer half of mouth gone

Healthy Mouth

1 comment:

Oral Cancer Prevention Test said...

Thanks for this post exploring the potential connections between chewing tobacco and oral cancer. Good post.