Mothers And Smoking

Mothers And Smoking

Mothers And Smoking

According to a recent study, scientists have asserted that the fetus of smoking mothers is negatively affected and such impact lasts until the child grows up and inclines to accept this bad habit, smoking, and tends to smoke later. It’s well known…

According to a recent study, scientists have asserted that the fetus of smoking mothers is negatively affected and such impact lasts until the child grows up and inclines to accept this bad habit, smoking, and tends to smoke later.

It’s well known, medically speaking, that the smoking of expectant mothers has a negative impact on the fetus and causes a number of damages. Even when mothers smoke while being close to their children, their children are impacted by the smoke and become smokers when they grow up; of course, this doesn’t apply to all children, but to the overwhelming majority.

According to another study that was conducted at the University of Bristol, it’s been found that smoking and alcohol are worse than illegal drugs. Prophet Mohammad, PBUH, was therefore merciful to us when he taught us that we shouldn’t harm ourselves for he said: “there should be neither harming nor reciprocating harm.” Allah, the exalted also wants to do us good when he says in the Holy Qur’an:

“And spend of your substance in the cause of Allah, and make not your own hands contribute to (your) destruction, but do good; for Allah loveth those who do good.”

Baqara or the Heifer: 2: 195

By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel

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