American Indian and Alaskan Native People: Help Your Heart!
Publication Year: 2005
Although the use of tobacco has been a part of the American Indian and Alaska Native culture for many years, health concerns associated with tobacco have been brought to the forefront. This document discusses the harmful effects of tobacco, such as heart attack, cancer, and lung problems. It explains the dangers of tobacco use while providing suggestions for staying healthy.
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