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Important Smoking Reminders For Parents And Victims

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Two important reminders about smoking and tobacco -

For those who believe that smoking has caused a disease, condition or death time is running out on your right to file an individual tobacco lawsuit in the State of Florida. You must act immediately. You should contact my firm or any other law firm in the State of Florida handling these claims.

For those who are blessed with that most precious of gifts, a new baby, don’t let tobacco smoke into the baby’s environment. My First Baby tells us why.

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), also known as secondhand smoke, is the smoke breathed out by a smoker or the smoke produced from the end of a lit cigarette, cigar, or pipe. ETS contains many dangerous chemicals that have been proven to cause cancer. Exposure to ETS has been linked to lung cancer in people who do not smoke. Research also indicates that young children
exposed to ETS have higher rates of lower respiratory illness, middle ear infections, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS
). In addition, children with asthma who are exposed to ETS experience more severe symptoms and more frequent attacks. Here are some things you can do to prevent your baby’s exposure to ETS.

If you smoke, quit now!!

Do not let people smoke in your home, car, or anywhere around your baby.

Make sure people who care for your baby do not smoke or allow smoke around your baby.

Do not take your baby to places where smoking is permitted

Two important reminders about smoking and tobacco -

For those who believe that smoking has caused a disease, condition or death, time is running out on your right to file an individual tobacco lawsuit in the State of Florida. You must act immediately. You should contact my firm or any other law firm in the State of Florida handling these claims.

For those who are blessed with that most precious of gifts, a new baby, don’t let tobacco smoke into the baby’s environment. My First Baby tells us why.

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), also known as secondhand smoke, is the smoke breathed out by a smoker or the smoke produced from the end of a lit cigarette, cigar, or pipe. ETS contains many dangerous chemicals that have been proven to cause cancer. Exposure to ETS has been linked to lung cancer in people who do not smoke. Research also indicates that young children
exposed to ETS have higher rates of lower respiratory illness, middle ear infections, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS
). In addition, children with asthma who are exposed to ETS experience more severe symptoms and more frequent attacks. Here are some things you can do to prevent your baby’s exposure to ETS.

If you smoke, quit now!!

Do not let people smoke in your home, car, or anywhere around your baby.

Make sure people who care for your baby do not smoke or allow smoke around your baby.

Do not take your baby to places where smoking is permitted