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Children whose parents smoke four times as likely to take up habit

Children whose parents smoke four times as likely to take up habit

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Children whose parents smoke four times as likely to take up habit – watch new video

Teenagers whose parents smoke are four times more likely to take it up themselves, experts have warned.

As part of a new government campaign, parents and caregivers are urged to make giving up smoking for good a new year’s resolution.

The Better Health Smoke Free campaign highlights research that shows the impact adult smokers have on the young people in their lives.

It says that 4.9% of teenagers whose parents smoke have taken it up too.

By contrast, only 1.2% of teenagers whose parents do not smoke begin to do so.

A new film issued by the NHS health sees experts discuss the link.

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