Reducing children's exposure to second-hand smoke in the home
Reducing children's exposure to second-hand smoke in the home - Project
This four-year project, based in Scotland, is led by Action on Smoking and Health Scotland (ASH Scotland), in partnership with the University of Aberdeen and the University of Edinburgh. This project will deliver research that will help community health workers reduce children's exposure to second-hand smoke, particularly in deprived communities. Second-hand smoke (SHS) has been linked to child ill-health including respiratory problems, middle ear disease, asthma and cot death.