The Newsroom    Published Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009, 3:00 PM
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Don’t put your child’s development at risk

Galveston County Daily News, December 2, 2009

Children suffer the most when there’s a smoker in the house. Second-hand smoke can have a lifelong affect on their development, wrote UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. Many options are available to help adults stop smoking. It’s something a parent can do that will help their kids throughout their lives.




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