Smoke in Carpet Can Make Kids Sick – S2 E4
The environment where our children live, play, and explore can greatly impact their health. Secondhand smoke in the air they breathe can affect a child’s health and wellbeing. But so can thirdhand smoke (yes, that’s a thing!) that lingers in car seats and clothes. Exposure in any form can make kids sick.
Host Jessica Stewart-Gonzalez is joined by Philip Carpenter, the Executive Director of Arizonans Concerned About Smoking, to help you understand the health complications it can cause and how to minimize your child’s exposure. Plus, learn about the resources available to parents through the Arizona Smoke Free Living Program.
Podcast Resources:Arizona Smoke-Free Living
Arizonans Concerned About Smoking, inc.
Poverty and Child Health
The Dangers of Secondhand Smoke
Guest: Philip Carpenter
Strong Families AZ
Host: Jessica Stewart-Gonzalez
Host: Jessica Stewart-Gonzalez is the Program Director for the Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program at the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Guest: Philip Carpenter the Program Manager at Arizona Smoke-Free Living/ Executive Director at Arizonans Concerned About Smoking, Inc.
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