Take the pledge here to take smoking outside
Two things: The combination of the smoke burning at the end of a cigarette + the smoke that is exhaled from the mouth of the smoker.
Secondhand smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals — many of which cause cancer. When you breathe secondhand smoke, it is just like you are smoking.
Unborn babies are harmed when their mothers smoke.
Babies who breathe secondhand smoke could die from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Children subjected to secondhand smoke are more likely to have lung problems, ear infections and severe asthma.
Adults exposed to secondhand smoke over time can die from cancer and heart disease.
Don’t smoke in your home or car. Take it outside.
Don’t allow others to smoke in your home or car.
Don’t allow smoking near your doorways and entrances.
Choose smoke-free restaurants and bars when you go out.
Teach your kids to stay away from secondhand smoke.
“From this day forward, I pledge to protect the health of the people around me by promising to always take smoking outside.”
Hang it up.
Commit to it.