Stop Smoking So Your Children Don’t Start

One of the best things you as a parent can do for your children is to stop smoking. A recent 9 year long study completed at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington, Seattle by  Jonathan B. Bricker and his colleagues have shown that if parents stop smoking by the time their children are 8 years old, the children are 39% less likely to smoke at age 17-18 than children whose parents continue to smoke.

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