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QUITTING facts


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Mounting evidence in recent years has made it clear that children of mothers who smoke have higher than normal risks of developing asthma, especially if the mother smokes during pregnancy.

Source:  American Cancer Society. (1999) Quitting Smoking. Atlanta, GA.


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A new study reported that mothers who smoked during pregnancy indicated that their toddlers exhibited more negative behaviors -- impulsiveness, risk-taking, and rebelliousness -- than mothers who did not smoke during pregnancy.
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macool67 says:

photoJust keep a positive attitude. When a craving hits, just tell yourself that you are stronger than your addiction and you can do this. Don't let the cigarettes win!!!
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