Family Programs Can Help Keep Kids From Smoking

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A review of research on smoking prevention programs has turned up several family-based initiatives that helped keep children from becoming smokers.

Successful approaches included an Iowa program that educated parents on substance abuse risks and encouraged adults to establish clear family rules about cigarette smoking and a program in Norway that emphasized each child

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