prevention

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This is a guide for parents who want to prevent their children from using tobacco or help their children quit.
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CDC
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Find information on secondhand smoke exposure, health effects, and smoke-free initiatives and resources (From their Website).
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CDC
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Youth tobacco prevention information from the CDC. Educational resources include: fact sheets on tobacco use, Surgeon General's Report Materials, DVDs and videos, posters, guides, and surveys. There is also information on celebrities against smoking, and the tobacco-free sports initiative.
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CDC
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Information on smoking prevalence in women, special health risks for women, and smoking cessation. Most teens are aware that people who have smoked for awhile can get lung cancer and emphysema and eventually die, but many don't know about all of the bad things that smoking can to them right now. If you smoke, you owe it to yourself to find out about the effects of smoking on your life now. This guide provides some information about what smoking is doing to your body and some of the common reasons why people keep smoking even though they know it's bad for them. These are important things to think about to help you decide if you should continue smoking. (From their website)
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Center for Young Women's Health, Children's Hospital, Boston
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A free, web-based resource of full-text documents that provide health information and support health-care decision making.
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National Library of Medicine
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Ideas to Help Parents Prevent Smoking by Their Children
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SAMHSA, CDC
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The Foundation for a Smokefree America was founded in 1989 by Patrick Reynolds, a grandson of the founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. A former pack-a-day smoker, Patrick saw his father, oldest brother and other relatives die from cigarette-induced emphysema, heart disease and cancer. (From their website)
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TobaccoFree.org
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A list of articles from the American Cancer Society
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American Cancer Society
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A list of informational documents from the CDC
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CDC
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Problem Solving

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Description of problem-solving treatment components, as well as examples. This resource points out how patients can avoid potentially risky situations.


Recognize Danger Situations
Identify "danger situations," i.e., events/situations, internal states or activities that increase risk of smoking (using tobacco) or relapse.

Examples: Being around other tobacco users, Drinking alcohol, Smoking cues and availability of cigarettes, Urges to use tobacco, Negative affect and experiencing stress.

Develop Coping Skills

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