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Si vive con un fumador
The suggestions in the Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet "If You Live With a Smoker" will help nonsmokers who live with smokers to protect their health and, ideally, keep their home free from smoke. It offers great tips for talking tactfully with the smoker and setting up a smoking area outside.
Your Family and Secondhand Smoke (Bilingual Eng/Span)
What is secondhand smoke? Why is it harmful? How do I protect my family? Using side-by-side text blocks in English and Spanish, this family-friendly pamphlet provides a basic overview of secondhand smoke and recommendations on how to reduce exposure. It includes practical protection advice and offers suggestions and strategies for those who wish to quit smoking. A great supplemental resource for tobacco control programs needing culturally appropriate smoking intervention materials, this pamphlet offers just enough information to engage readers and deliver a positive, smoke-free message.
El humo de segunda mano y su nuevo bebé
This Spanish-language adaptation of "Secondhand Smoke and Your New Baby" encourages new mothers, fathers and other caregivers to protect their babies from secondhand smoke. It gives tips for keeping the home smoke free and suggests that parents who smoke quit for their health and their baby's health.
50 cosas que debe saber sobre el humo de segunda mano
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "50 Things You Should Know About Secondhand Smoke" spells out the hazards of secondhand smoke and gives tips for avoiding the risk. It gives specific suggestions for how nonsmokers can say "no" to secondhand smoke. It also gives smokers suggestions on what they can do to protect their families.
El humo de segunda mano: Asma, cáncer y otros....
Show people that secondhand smoke isn't just an annoyance, but a serious health risk. Our Spanish-language adaptation of "Secondhand Smoke, Asthma and Other Health Risks" describes the health hazards associated with secondhand smoke and includes information on asthma, allergies, heart and lung disease, cancer and more. It also give tips on how to protect yourself and your family from secondhand smoke.
El embarazo y el humo de segunda mano
This is the Spanish-language adaptation of our secondhand smoke-prevention pamphlet for pregnant women and their families. This pamphlet explains the risks of secondhand smoke during pregnancy and to a newborn, and encourages pregnant women and their family members to protect the baby from the health risks of cigarette smoke. It also provides tips on how women can avoid secondhand smoke at home and work.
Humo de segunda mano: Cómo proteger a sus hijos
Children exposed to secondhand smoke are at greater risk for serious health problems, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and asthma. Our Spanish-language adaptation of "Secondhand Smoke: How to Protect Your Kids" encourages adults (whether they smoke or not) to protect their kids from secondhand smoke.
Cómo decir ‘No’ al humo de segunda mano
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "How to Say No to Secondhand Smoke" offers concrete suggestions for saying "no" to secondhand smoke at home, work and in public places, and offers suggestions on setting up "smoking areas" outside and away from children. The pamphlet includes a "Thank You For Not Smoking" door hanger.
El humo de segunda mano: una prueba para toda la familia
How much does your family know about the risks of secondhand smoke? Our Spanish-language adaptation of this secondhand smoke-prevention pamphlet is designed for parents and kids to share. The quiz format, featuring true-or-false and multiple-choice questions, provides the opportunity for interaction and discussion.
Secondhand Smoke Is Not Healthy/Living Things (Table Tent)
This bright, eye-catching and bilingual table tent lets people know they have entered a no-smoking zone. The text is in English on one side and Spanish on the other. The tent can be folded and taped to display on a counter or desktop. It complements our pamphlet of the same name (#5297).
Carros sin humo: Una guía para los padres y otros conductore
Simply opening a window is not enough to prevent secondhand smoke exposure when someone is smoking inside a car. Here’s an excellent resource to help protect children and other vehicle passengers from secondhand smoke. Filled with practical tips on how to keep a car smoke-free, this eye-catching, colorful Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet "Smoke-Free Cars: A Guide for Parents and Other Drivers" makes a great hand-out for health fairs, classes or other community events.
El humo de segunda mano no es saludable para los seres vivos
Secondhand smoke is bad for everyone who breathes it: the smoker, children and babies, pregnant women; people with asthma, healthy adults and even pets. This Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet "Secondhand Smoke Is Not Healthy for Living Things" is an easy-to-read overview of the ways in which secondhand smoke affects everyone encourages people to protect themselves and their loved ones. Also available as a "thank you for not smoking" table tent (
El humo de tercera mano: Qué es y cómo puede ser dañino para
This Spanish-language adaptation of "Third-Hand Smoke: What It Is and How It Hurts Your Family" explains that third-hand smoke refers to the toxins left behind by cigarette smoke.
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