(Utah DOH, center4research.com, tobaccofreekids.org)
-More than 34 million Americans smoke cigarettes
-Quitting smoking improves health immediately
-Human sweat contains urea and ammonia. Urea is added to cigarettes.
-Second hand smoke contains 7,000 chemicals, many of which cause cancer
-In the US, 33,951 people die from second-hand smoke related heart disease.
Pacific Islanders are more likely to develop pre-diabetes or diabetes type II than non-Hispanic White people.
Women who have had gestational diabetes are more likely to develop diabetes type II in their lifetime.
1 in 3 people has pre-diabetes and doesn't know it.
Early symptoms of pre-diabetes are dizziness, headaches, fatigue, frequent urination (especially at night), blurry vision, and tingling in fingers and toes.