E te whānau awhi Mai/My pēpi is Māori and will be smokefree - HE8035

Reviewed
May 2020
This resource relates to the following topics:

Warning for pregnant women of the effects of smoking (including miscarriage) on the unborn baby – and the benefits to baby (including helping preventing cot death) of living in a smokefree home.

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Reviewed
May 2020
Updated
September 2012
Format
Pamphlet DLE
HE code
HE8035
Language
English

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Smoking can cause a miscarriage or stop me from growing and make me smaller and weaker.

Keeping me smokefree helps prevent cot death (SUDI) and stops me getting sick with coughs, asthma and ear problems.

Smoking can let harmful chemicals get into my blood.

Smoking can cause breathing problems for me.

Māma – when you are pregnant and smoke (or breathe in other people’s smoke) the smokeē passes through the whenua (placenta) which feeds me.

Mehemea e pai ana te whenua e pai hoki ngā hua
If the land is well, the fruit will be good too

If the placenta is smokefree, your pēpi has a better start. Not smoking means a healthier pēpi.

For advice and support talk to your health professional, call the Quitline on 0800 778 778 or visit www.quit.org.nz

 

 

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