Metro Health Department launches smoke-free housing campaign

Courtesy: Metro Health Department

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The Metro Health Department is launching the ‘Breathe Easy Nashville’ campaign that’s focus is to raise awareness on dangers of secondhand smoke in multi-unit housing.

“Secondhand smoke is a serious health concern, especially for seniors and children living in apartment communities,” said Metro Public Health Department Director Dr. Paul.

The campaign also seeks to show managers the benefits of adopting a smoke-free policy at their properties.

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