Teens and Smoking

  1. Cool Tools to Keep Your Kids From Smoking

    Many teenagers still think smoking is cool. Here are some tools to help parents stay diligent in keeping their kids from smoking.

  2. Guidelines for Raising Smoke-Free Kids

    The most important thing is to keep the lines of communication open -- the more you talk to your children, the better chance you have of staying close when things get tough or when important issues like smoking arise.

  3. Help Your Kids Quit Smoking

    Every day, about 3,000 U.S. teenagers start smoking. If you're a parent of a young smoker, you can take steps to help the child quit. But first, it helps to understand why teens light up.

  4. Helping Kids to Avoid Cigarettes

    Every day, nearly 6,000 teens and pre-teens try cigarettes for the first time, according to the American Lung Association. A third of these first-timers will end up becoming smokers.

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