Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
Infant, Maternal & Reproductive Health Unit
Parental Concerns - Smoke-Free Home
No amount of smoking is safe. If you are smoking, you can improve your health and that of those around you by quitting and remaining smoke free. If you are not smoking, ask any family members and friends who smoke not to smoke inside your home and car. Secondhand smoke can cause children to suffer bronchitis, pneumonia, ear infections and more severe asthma attacks.
For more information about the effects of smoking on you and your children’s health, as well as how to quit smoking, click on the following logos: