St Luke's Surgery (Dr Chauhan, Dr Ghosh & Dr Pillai)

Pinfold Health Centre, Field Road, Bloxwich, Walsall, WS3 3JP

Telephone: 01922 775136


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Smokefree Homes


  • Second-hand smoking is dangerous, especially for children. The best way to protect loved ones is to quit smoking.  At the very least make sure you have a smokefree home and car.

Smokefree Home:

  • A smokefree home protects your loved ones
  • Smoking in the home will have an impact on everyone living and visiting that home. Toxins within cigarette smoke can remain within the home for 5 hours and can easily spread from room to room even with the doors closed.
  • By stopping smoking, you’ll help to protect your non-smoking friends and family, too.
  • Breathing in secondhand smoke increases the risk of lung cancerheart disease and stroke.
  • In children, it doubles the risk of getting chest illnesses, including pneumonia, ear infections, wheezing and asthma. They also have 3 times the risk of getting lung cancer in later life compared with children who live with non-smokers.

Passive Smoking:

  • When friends and family breathe in your secondhand smoke it isn’t just unpleasant for them, it can damage their health too.
  • People who breathe in secondhand smoke regularly are more likely to get the same diseases as smokers, including lung cancer and heart disease.

Children and passive smoking:

  • Passive smoking is especially harmful for children as they have less well-developed airways, lungs and immune systems.
  • Children who live in a household where at least 1 person smokes are more likely to develop:
  • Children are particularly vulnerable in the family car where secondhand smoke can reach hazardous levels even with the windows open.
  • To protect children, a ban on smoking in cars and other vehicles carrying children was introduced in October 2015. It is now against the law to smoke in a private vehicle if there’s a young person under 18 present.

Healthy Lifestyle Services – One You Walsall:

  • One You Walsall is a free healthy lifestyle service is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of all residents across Walsall in making great choices for a more positive lifestyle.
  • Services include physical activity; healthy eating; weight loss; emotional wellbeing; welfare; alcohol reduction; quitting smoking; and NHS Health Checks.
  • The team supports everyone – adults, families and workplaces – and also can help to find the right support.

If you would like support in stopping smoking, please contact our local service One You Walsall: 01922 444 044, Mon to Fri 9am to 6pm,



 Smokefree Homes Campaign – West Midlands Fire Service


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