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Pedro's Family Is Living Smoke Free

Learn from Pedro's family:

Help your children stay smoke free.

  • Talk to your children about the harm smoking does to their health.
  • Help your children make a sign that says: "We are happy to be a smoke-free family."

Protect your family and friends from secondhand smoke.

  • Put a "Thank You for Not Smoking" sticker or sign in your house and car.
  • Sit in a nonsmoking section in a restaurant.

Pedro Says: "When friends come to our house and light up, I say politely that our house is smoke free, and they need to smoke outside."

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Public Health Service
National Institutes of Health
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
NIH Publication No. 08-6356
June 2008

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