Asthma in Children May Motivate Parents to Quit Smoking
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Borrelli, B., et al.
A recent study found that parents who smoke are more likely to quit after receiving cessation counseling following a "teachable moment," such as witnessing their child experience an asthma attack.
Additionally in-home counseling visits, including feedback on their child's risk for seconhand smoke exposure and counseling phone calls, improved the likelihood of smoking cessation and reduced exposure to secondhand smoke.
Full article here: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/05/160517083046.htm