Secondhand Smoke and Children
At least 500 Million children worldwide are exposed to secondhand smoke at home.
Breathing in secondhand smoke can increase a child’s risk of respiratory illness including:
- Cough, wheeze, & breathlessness
No amount of Secondhand smoke is safe.
Smoke-free environments protect children from exposure to secondhand smoke and help keep their lungs healthy.
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