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A Prison Service spokesperson told Metro.co.uk: ‘All closed prisons in England and Wales are now smoke free reducing the risk of second-hand smoke to prisoners and staff. ‘Prisoners have been given support in quitting smoking if they need it including vap
The NHS’s failure to help smokers quit is “as negligent as not treating cancer”, top doctors say. Every smoker who goes into hospital should be treated for tobacco dependency alongside any other ailments, according to a report by the Royal College of Ph
The principle of justice requires that we offer smokers help to quit smoking; failure to so implies that smokers’ health is less important than that of other patients. Failing to provide help to quit smoking while delivering other similarly or less cost
Heart Foundation and Quit Victoria are urging all employers, especially those whose staff work outdoors, to follow Eastlink’s lead and introduce smoke-free policies and state governments to plug gaps in existing smoke-free legislation, which leave many p
The Trainer-led model expanded the number of UMass-trained TTSs with equivalent participant knowledge and perceived improvement in ability to deliver effective tobacco dependence treatment compared to the gold-standard training model. It offers a potenti
Reflecting a global trend, Chinese men in New York City smoke at much higher rates than men or women in any other ethnic group — and deaths from lung cancer among them have soared. As a result, the city’s health department launched a public service ad ca
In this report the Smoking Cessation Products Market is valued (valuation provided in sample report) million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD (forecast provided in sample report) million by end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of (percentage provided in sa
“I think if I would have quit smoking sooner, I would have woken up sooner to the fact that I was an addict,”…. There is research that concurs. Experts say tobacco dependence is a chronic addictive disease. A 2017 study by researchers at Columbia Unive
our findings provide preliminary evidence that mindfulness training via smartphone app may help lessen the association between craving and smoking, an effect that may be meaningful to support quitting in the longer-term.
Smokers across Scotland are being handed shopping vouchers in a publicly funded attempt to help them ditch the habit. In Lanarkshire, about half of smokers living in the poorest parts of the area ditched cigarettes after being offered a financial incentiv