According to experts, around 800,000 children under the age of 16 begin smoking and continue on for life. To date, there are around 4.5 million teenagers in the United States alone who have developed a smoking habit. Worse is that they seem to find it hard to kick the habit.
It is the parents’ responsibility to help their teenage children stop smoking, and one of the best ways to do this is to administer nicotine tests to them. However, getting teenagers tested without having them prepared for it can be met with hostility because these teenagers may think that their parents do not trust them.
As such, it is important for parents to find concrete evidence first that their children are indeed smoking. Smell is the most obvious sign, but there are other, more subtle ones. Also, the children should be informed first that they are going to be tested so they would fear it and eventually stop smoking.
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