Smoking: Prevention and Complications

Prevention Tips

 Smoking can be prevented with the combined efforts of families, schools, communities and policy makers.
  • Parents can set a positive example for their children by not smoking themselves, and keeping their homes smoke-free
  • Prevent tobacco use among young people
  • Promote compliance and support adequate enforcement of federal, state and local tobacco laws
  • Increase cessation among young people and adults
  • Eliminate exposure to second hand smoke
 Quit smoking


 Smoking women are more vulnerable to:
  • Miscarriages
  • Premature birth
  • Underweight babies
  • Impotency
  • Increased heart attack risk in ladies using birth control pills

No smoking during pregnancy

Staying smoke free will give you a whole lot more of everything ? More energy, better performance, better looks, more money in your pocket, and in the long run, more life to live!

Watch Out

  • Breath, clothes, hair, skin, and home smell of tobacco
  • Swollen gums and yellow teeth

When to See Doctor

Consult a doctor if  
  • You are addicted to smoking
  • Smoking worsens your health condition
  • You think to quit smoking

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