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Thursday, May 31, 2018

We all know smoking is bad for us. We hear it on TV, read it in the paper, and even see it on the images and warnings on cigarette boxes. However, while most smokers are aware of the damage they do to themselves with this bad habit, they often forget that others, especially their children, can suffer from passive smoking. But not only that, research has shown that children whose parents are current or former smokers are more likely to become smokers as well. Knowing the severe health issues smoking can cause, no parent would want their children to pick up this habit. So, what can you do to prevent your children from smoking and to avoid your addiction to impact their health?

Child of a Smoker: How to Prevent Negative Influences