Most smokers begin as teenagers. And once your teen takes that first puff, it can turn into a long-term habit that is hard to break and increases the risk of many health issues. Susan Lundsten, Gundersen wellness education specialist, discussed tips to keep kids tobacco free.
The best way to protect your kids from the life-long dangers of smoking is to help them avoid starting in the first place. Here are some tips to help keep your kids smoke-free: