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How We Can Protect Our Children From Secondhand Smoke

These brochures will educate those who care for children on the health dangers of secondhand smoke (SHS). The goal is to deliver culturally relevant information to various populations that will motivate them to reduce SHS exposure to children by making their homes and cars smoke-free.

Parent's Guide (General Population)

How we Can Protect our Children from Secondhand Smoke
How We Can Protect Our
Children From
Secondhand Smoke
A Parent's Guide
Available from the Publications Catalog.

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[PDF–2.2 MB]

African American Population

How we Can Protect our Children from Secondhand Smoke
How We Can Protect Our
Children from
Secondhand Smoke
Available from the Publications Catalog.

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[PDF–1.7 MB]

Hispanic Population

How we Can Protect our Children from Secondhand Smoke
How We Can Protect Our
Children from
Secondhand Smoke
Available from the Publications Catalog.

Download brochure
[PDF–2.2 MB]

American Indian Population

How we Can Protect our Children from Secondhand Smoke
How We Can Protect Our
Children from
Secondhand Smoke
Available from the Publications Catalog.

Download brochure
[PDF–3.6 MB]

 
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