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(World No Tobacco Day) How passive smoking can affect the foetus?

Dr Pooja AttreyPT
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World No Tobacco Day How passive smoking can affect the foetus

How often are parents surprised when they hear about children as young as one month old developing symptoms of diseases like TB or asthma or even Lung cancer? All of these are usually found in adult chronic smokers, but thanks to passive smoking, a lot of children are now at risk too. In this blog, read what our proparent blogger Pooja Attrey has to say about: • How smoking affects the immediate environment of a child • Pregnancy and passive smoking • Why passive smoking is dangerous for children • and more.


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Dr Pooja AttreyPT

| May 31, 2017

Yes u r right tanisha. Even once can be dangerous.. Bettet to be cautious. :)

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Dr Pooja AttreyPT

| May 31, 2017

Wow thats good canisha that no one in family smokes:)N i gs friends can understand the situation from babys perspective n hopefully wont smoke when around the baby:) Also thank you for appreciation :)its really motivatng:)

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Tanisha Khanna

| May 31, 2017

Wow!!! I didn't know this, though my husband smokes, it is quite rarely. However, post reading your blog, I feel that even rarely can get dangerous for the family and children and more so pregnant mom.

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Canisha Kapoor

| May 31, 2017

Hi Pooja, thanks for sharing this insightful blog. Thankfully nobody smokes in my immediate family but there are few friends who do. But thanks for the information.

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