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CDC: Tips from Former Smokers - Jessica's Asthma Ad

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Published on Mar 15, 2012

Exposure to secondhand smoke can trigger a life-threatening asthma attack. This TV ad, from CDC's "Tips " campaign, features Jessica, a mother with a young son who suffers from asthma attacks due to secondhand smoke exposure. In her tip, she urges people not to be shy to tell people not to smoke around kids.

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