Shisha (Waterpipe) smoking fact sheet for pregnant women and young families
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Shisha (Waterpipe) smoking fact sheet for pregnant women and young families

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Title: PDF logo Shisha (Waterpipe) smoking fact sheet for pregnant women and young families (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: Is shisha harmful for me, my baby or my young children? YES! Shisha smoke is toxic. It contains chemicals, including carbon monoxide and tar, which are bad for your health and the health of those around you. Smoking shisha can lead to problems in your pregnancy. It Ican also harm your baby and young children.
Organisation: NSW Health
Publishing date: October 2019
Last reviewed: December 2019
Target audience: Women

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