‘It is conceivable that parents late cessation can also help to stop young adults, but we just did not find any significant result for the question. ‘.. Published these findings in a previous study by Bricker and colleagues, published in the May 2003 issue of Addiction that found parents who smoke before their children reach third grade finish significantly reduced their child’s chances of getting a smoker by their senior year of High School. ‘Taken together, these two studies show that parents who can help quit smoking by the time their children to 8 or 9 years old, prevent their children are young smokers, start start, you can help the smoking in young adulthood, ‘said Bricker, also a clinical instructor at the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
In the meantime, the results of the current analysis, it may be advantageous include to parents in primary smoking – prevention programs for children. ‘Prevention programs need parents and the parents and the children,’Bricker said. ‘parents parents, if they stop smoking, they can help their young adult children to leave smoking in the smoking in the future. ‘. Continue reading