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What can I do to protect my baby from second-hand smoke in our house?
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Dr. Douglas Tzanetos
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Do not smoke
Smoke exposure in children causes a 2-fold increase in respiratory infections (ear infections, sinus infections, colds, bronchitis, and pneumonia).
So, the best measure is for no family members to smoke. Short of that, you should never smoke in the home or car and wear a jacket when smoking that you take off when entering the house. Talk with you doctor about proven ways to help stop smoking.

In brief: Do not smoke
Smoke exposure in children causes a 2-fold increase in respiratory infections (ear infections, sinus infections, colds, bronchitis, and pneumonia).
So, the best measure is for no family members to smoke. Short of that, you should never smoke in the home or car and wear a jacket when smoking that you take off when entering the house. Talk with you doctor about proven ways to help stop smoking.
Dr. Douglas Tzanetos
Dr. Douglas Tzanetos
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Dr. Jane Lande
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Do not allow it
Do not allow any second hand smoke in the house.

In brief: Do not allow it
Do not allow any second hand smoke in the house.
Dr. Jane Lande
Dr. Jane Lande
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