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The purpose of this study was to examine parents' communication with their children about the topic of smoking. A qualitative descriptive design was used. Twenty-nine parents who lived in rural communities and who had children in kindergarten to Grade 6 were interviewed. The data were analyzed for themes. A large majority of parents communicated with their children about smoking through verbal interaction, using any one of three approaches: discussing smoking with their children, telling theirdoi:10.4236/ojn.2014.42015 fatcat:7ir6jrkvgbby3e4fkotpzpdvzu