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1. Tobacco Usage All Forms

1.1. High School Age Students

1.1.1. 14.1% or 212,000 students

1.1.2. Male Students vs Female

1.1.2.1. 13.9% higher males usage

1.2. Kids age of 18 who start smoking

1.2.1. 23,000 avg year

1.3. Packs of cigarettes bought and smoked for underage minor children

1.3.1. 62.4 million

1.4. Adults in Texas who smoke

1.4.1. 18.2% or 3,471,300 adults

2. East Texas TB

2.1. Symptoms

2.1.1. Similar to bad cold/flu, lasts three weeks or longer, Chest pain, Coughing up blood, Weakness/fatigue, weight loss, or chills and fever.

2.2. UTHEALTH Northeast

2.2.1. Since 1947 - Leader in East Texas Chest Hospital fighting TB.

2.3. June 1, 2015

2.3.1. 60 patients

2.3.1.1. TDSHS-Texas Dept. of State Health Services

2.3.1.1.1. Kilgore College in Gregg County

2.3.1.2. One person identified as patient "Zero"

2.3.1.2.1. Treated by 3 weeks of Isolation.

2.4. Breakdown of Minority Statistics in East Texas for TB

2.4.1. 51% Hispanics, 19% African Americans, 14% Whites, 16% Asians

2.4.1.1. TB Rates highest along the Texas-Mexico Border.

2.5. Not Spread through

2.5.1. Touch, sharing food, linens, or toilet seats, or kissing.

2.6. Spreads through air

2.6.1. Coughs , colds, sneezes, wheezes & active infection

3. Obesity

3.1. 32% of Texas children are obese

3.1.1. Materials

3.1.2. Personel

3.1.3. Services

3.1.4. Duration

3.2. Treatment of the obese costs 37% more in health care costs than it does an average healthy person in Texas

3.3. $9.5Billion - cost to Texas business's due to obesity

4. Vaccinations

4.1. Adult and Children vaccinations increase the viability of eradicating the disease

4.1.1. Schedule

4.1.2. Budget

4.2. Vaccination works in the United States

4.2.1. Flu

4.2.1.1. pre-1985; 20,000 children infected with meningitis and pneumonia each year.

4.2.1.1.1. <55 cases/year

4.2.2. Rubella German measles

4.2.2.1. 1965:12.5 million cases

4.2.2.1.1. With current vaccination 4 cases 2011

4.2.3. Measles

4.2.3.1. Pre1963: 3 million cases; 500 deaths/year

4.2.3.1.1. With current vaccination median of 69 cases/a year 2001 to 2012. 159 cases January to August 2013

4.2.4. Polio

4.2.4.1. 1952:21,000 people paralyzed

4.2.4.1.1. 162 cases 1980 to 1992. No cases since 1992

4.2.5. Pertussis

4.2.5.1. Early 1940s: 175,000 average/year; 8000 deaths/year

4.2.5.1.1. With current vaccination 24,000 wanted 31 cases; 9 deaths, Provisional 2013 data

4.2.6. Diphtheria

4.2.6.1. 1920s: one heard thousand 200,000 cases/year

4.2.6.1.1. No cases 2004 to 2008