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Media Type
Video
Target Audiences
None, Adults, Hispanics, Parents
Languages
English, Spanish
Cost
Free
Produced For
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Campaign
Themes
Secondhand Smoke - General, Cessation - Role Models for Children, Quitline Promotion, Health Consequences of Smoking
Description
Gravely ill newborns, young children with respiratory apparatus, and a toddler undergoing an ear exam are among the graphic images and special effects that flashes across the screen as an announcer describes the devastating impact that secondhand smoke has on children. The image of parents smoking cigarettes while the smoke enters their baby’s lungs illustrates the immediate and long term harm inflicted on children. An empty crib alerts viewers to the link between smoking and sudden infant death syndrome. Viewers are asked to call a smoking helpline for cessation assistance.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2008
Last Date Modified
7/9/2014
 

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Transcript
VO: When you smoke around kids you expose them to thousands of chemicals that trigger severe health problems...like painful ear infections, crippling asthma, deadly pneumonia. Cigarettes are eating you and your kids alive. Quit smoking today.

TAG: Quit Smoking Today! For Help call 311 or 1-866-NYQUITS



Catalog ID  QYSH 10282 (E-15)
Length  15 s
Language  English


 
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VO: Cuando fumas alrededor de los niños, les expones a miles de químicos que causan graves problemas de salud como dolorosas infecciones de oído, asma asfixiante y pulmonía mortal. Los cigarrillos están acabando con tu vida y la de tus niños.

TAG: Deja de fumar hoy mismo. Para recibir ayuda, llama al 311 o 1-866-NYQuits




Catalog ID  QYSH 10283 (S-15)
Length  15 s
Language  Spanish


 
 

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