Can parents protect their children from second -hand smoke in apartments? –, leading online Canadian source for children’s health, looks into the options available for parents concerned about the dangers of second-hand smoke wafting into their apartment or condo.

You don’t smoke. Your workplace, your local restaurant, your child’s school, even your local park is smoke-free. You ask smokers not to smoke in your home. And yet, your child is still exposed to second-hand smoke. For millions of children who live in apartments and condos, exposure to second-hand smoke from elsewhere in the building is a daily reality.

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