Who made the first chewing tobacco?
Yes, Chewing Tobacco is very bad for you're jaws. Chewing Tobacco has little pieces of glass or sharp wood chips in it. Once you put Chewing tobacco in you're mouth the glass or wood chips make cuts in your gums and the nicotine inside flows into you're blood. Chewing Tobacco can be very bad for your jaws and everyone should stay away from it. Although, chewing tobacco does treat everyone different, you never know you're…
Chewing tobacco underwriting varies by company. Some life insurance companies will consider you to be a tobacco user for 1 year after you quit chewing. The good news is that there are some life insurance companies that could care less about chewing tobacco and will offer you their non-tobacco life insurance rates today! In fact, you could chew tobacco at your insurance paramed exam and still qualify for non-tobacco rates.