25 May '11, 2pm

#Pledge to keep a #smoke-free home & lower your child’s risk of ear infections, bronchitis, & more.

A few basic actions can protect children from secondhand smoke Choose not to smoke in your home and car and do not allow family and visitors to do so. Infants and toddlers are especially vulnerable to the health risks from secondhand smoke. Do not allow childcare providers or others who work in your home to smoke. Until you can quit, choose to smoke outside. Moving to another room or opening a window is not enough to protect your children. For more information on secondhand smoke, see EPA publications and Take the Smoke-free Home Pledge , Prometa no fumar en su hogar EPA and HHS Partnering to Promote Smoke-free Homes for Head Start Families EPA and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Children and Families, Head Start Bureau are working together to improve the quality of life for nearly a million Head Start children by conducting natio...

Full article: http://www.epa.gov/smokefree/index.html


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