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Kids used to show dangers of second hand smoke

Fri, 06 Nov 2015


Young children are being used to try and warn adults of the dangers of second hand smoke.

It's part of a new Public Health campaign - youngsters are being invited to draw a picture which can be used to promote a smoke free area.

Second-hand smoking is particularly harmful to children - passing on 4,000 chemicals, of which 50 can cause cancer.

Specialist 'Stop Smoking' advisor Lauren Howard hopes it will encourage people to keep their cars and homes safe:

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