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Advice for smokers who don’t want to harm their children

Children with parents who smoke are much more likely to get sick, be admitted to hospital, and start smoking when they are older.

Even if you smoke outside or blow your smoke out the window, you will still cause your children harm. There are lots of services and resources available to help parents who want to stop smoking.

If you cannot commit to quit smoking, there are still ways to help protect your children.

Learn about how your smoking habits affect your children, and how you can protect them from harm.


Page last updated: 28 November 2018

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