E-cigarettes: Facts and Myths – A Safer Alternative or Another Dangerous Habit?
A 16-minute video about the facts and health & safety risks of electronic cigarettes. This video includes a disc with a summary and quiz you can download. The information is presented in clear language and is suitable for grade seven to adult.
HIV/AIDS, Pregnancy, and Tobacco Use
Fact Sheet, 2012
This fact sheet explains how tobacco use during pregnancy is harmful for both a mother and her unborn child. For women living with HIV/AIDS, smoking tobacco during pregnancy can increase the chances that HIV will be passed to the baby. Websites are listed to help pregnant women and those planning a pregnancy to become tobacco free.
Tobacco Smoke: The Risk to Unborn Babies, Pregnant Women, and Children
This booklet outlines the problems that can result from smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke. Information focuses on the types of smoke, issues in sexual and reproductive health, pregnancy complications, and effects on the newborn, infants, and children. Includes information on how to protect children and pregnant women from the effects of tobacco smoke.Audience: Developed for Professionals
Children Need to Breathe More than You Need to Smoke
This brochure, targeted to parents and caregivers, outlines the health effects of second-hand tobacco smoke on children. Issues presented include ear, throat, and lung infections, asthma, allergies, SIDS, and overall status of health. Support for the development of the brochure was provided from the Tobacco Demand Reduction Strategy Initiative of Health Canada.
The Right Time the Right Reasons … Dads Talk about Reducing and Quitting Smoking
This booklet is based on fathers’ experiences of reducing and quitting smoking and is designed for men to further their understanding of the challenges associated with being a father who smokes. Exploring the route to reducing or quitting is the first step in the journey to becoming a smoke-free father. This booklet was designed by the University of British Columbia. Adaptations have been made to meet the needs of Saskatchewan fathers.SKU: 3-314