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|Dorset Fire and Rescue Service support Smokefree South West and the launch of their major campaign urging smokers across the South West to protect their families by taking their smoke outside.
Worrying new research shows that more people are smoking in the home or allowing others to do so with the figure currently standing at around 1 million people (20%) in the area (YouGov 2010). Smokefree South West aim to halve this number by the year 2015.
It focuses on the danger of second and thirdhand smoke to the whole family, especially children. Poisonous chemicals can linger on a variety of household items after the smoke has ceased to be visible.
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