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The Smoking in Pregnancy Challenge Group released a report on the 4th July 2018 calling for Government action to tackle smoking in pregnancy. The new report shines light on the progress towards the Government’s ambition to reduce the smoking in pregnancy
Researchers mocked-up the results using official statistics on the decline in smoking rates across all 32 competing nations between 2000 and 2015. The overall rates for each country are strictly estimates, but are based on data from national health auth
the French association SOVAPE published a 17-page report (in French) to take stock of the situation: Vaping passed down by word of mouth; Health professionals haven’t been aware of vaping until their patients asked about it; 5% of users think a ban on ad
New findings published today in the Journal of Substance Use suggest that smokers who have quit often relapse because they want to recapture a sense of lost social identity. And that many ex-smokers experience quitting as a ‘loss’.
There was no effect of aerobic exercise, resisted exercise, physical activity and combined aerobic and resisted exercise on smoking cessation. There was a positive effect on smoking cessation at the end of treatment in the program where yoga plus cogniti
Even allowing for response bias, the survey shows it is not at all unusual for people to stop smoking after they begin vaping. It also suggests that vaping is more likely to be a gateway to cessation than a gateway to smoking
If you’re using vaping as a healthy alternative to smoking, Lambton Public Health says you may want to think again. The agency says while more research is needed into the impacts of vaping, the devices still contain harmful chemicals and metal particles
it shows that the tobacco industry, no matter how much money it spends on misleading ads, can be defeated. This vote should embolden other cities and states to act, because it demonstrates the public will not allow tobacco companies to stand in the way of
The vaping industry is rallying former smokers who quit using an electronic cigarette to share their stories with federal regulators, who are mulling restrictions on flavored products. The advocacy campaign, dubbed #Fight4Flavor, comes in response to a
Healthcare practitioners should continue to offer counselling and medication for patients willing to try to quit smoking. The cardiovascular benefits of quitting smoking greatly outweigh the possible side effects of these medications.