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Wednesday, September 10, 2008 9:00 AM

Audio PSA: If You’re Pregnant and You Smoke

(baby crying)

Narrator: If you’re pregnant and you smoke, you need to know that your risk of your baby being born too small is one and a half to three and a half times greater. By quitting now, your baby has a better chance to be born at a normal weight and to have healthy lungs. But it’s also important for you to stay smoke free after your baby’s born. For free materials on quitting or to speak to a quit coach, call the National Quitline at 1-800 QUIT NOW. A message from the U.S. Public Health Service.

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