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Negative Effects of 2nd Hand Smoking {Infograph...

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Tweet Tweet You don’t have to be a smoker to experience some of its negative effects. Second hand smoking can also be very dangerous for your health. It can cause you headaches, eye irritation, and many other issues.
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We are looking at the way the respiratory system works, and the effects that secondhand smoking has.

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Effects Of Parent's Smoking On Their Kid's Health

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Here is the list of effects of parent's smoking on their children's health.When your child is exposed to passive smoking, your child will be at higher risk of developing serious health complications.

Via eHealthyBlog
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After reading through this article, what percentage of the Australian child population aged between 0 - 17, have currently got health issues that directly relate to their parents smoking around them?
Considering the amount of children that have health issues directly related to having their parents smoke around them, what initiatives would you take in order to help reduce the amount of children effected?
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Cameron Crestani's comment, April 8, 2014 11:21 PM
After reading through this article, what percentage of the Australian child population aged between 0 - 17, have currently got health issues that directly relate to their parents smoking around them?
Cameron Crestani's comment, April 8, 2014 11:22 PM
Considering the amount of children that have health issues directly related to having their parents smoke around them, what initiatives would you take in order to help reduce the amount of children effected?