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You have questions; we have videos, toolkits, leaflets, worksheets, DVDs and other valuable resources. The Lung Association provides materials free of charge to help people with breathing conditions, their families, and caregivers. We also have resources for healthcare professionals and other people who work in lung health. Use these free materials to show your lungs more love.
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This pamphlet discusses the hazards of smoke in the home and ways to make your home smoke-free. Included are “Welcome to our Smoke-Free Home” and “Welcome to our Smoke-Free car” stickers.
This fact sheet describes second-hand smoke and the importance of removing it from indoors completely to ensure a healthy home that is smoke-free.
This pamphlet provides an overview of concerns regarding third-hand smoke and ways to limit exposure from it.
Learn about the risks and what you can do to prevent them.
This fact sheet discusses the effects of tobacco smoke on asthma and what you can do.
This workbook is designed as a self-help guide complete with the ideas and tools needed to assist people who have decided to quit smoking. The guide is divided into three sections: thinking and preparation, planning and choosing strategies, and then action. It allows people to go at their own pace and comfort level and choose the ideas and approach that best suit their individual needs. The workbook is written in a supportive and non-judgmental way, and is encouraging even when setbacks may occur.