Secondhand smoke is dangerous to children
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
Description:This brightly colored poster features the image of an infant and includes information on how secondhand smoke exposure affects infants and children including causing sudden infant death syndrome, lung problems, ear infections, and more severe asthma.
Smoking around children can cause sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), lung problems, ear infections, and more severe asthma.
It hurts you. It doesn’t take much. It doesn’t take long.
Originally released May 2006 in conjunction with the 2006 Surgeon General's report: The Health consequences of involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke.
CDC-INFO Pub ID 998564
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