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“I want to see bedside interventions in our hospitals so smokers who are patients are offered medication, behavioural support and follow-up checks when they go home.
For example, pregnant women in Blackpool would receive stop smoking messages because the data shows they are much more likely to smoke than elsewhere.
Juul founders Adam Bowen and James Monsees created Juul to do just that: help themselves and other adults stop smoking. But it’s gotten a bad rap in recent months as federal health regulators question whether its popular candy flavors — including mango,
a dental expert has revealed how to nurse your skin and teeth back to good health after years of puffing on cigarettes. Nicotine in cigarettes yellows and stains teeth and depletes collagen and elastin, ageing the skin of some 9.4 million smokers across
Even as more and more American quit smoking cigarettes, individuals with serious psychological distress (SPD) are much less likely to extinguish their habbit. A new study by scientists at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health and The City Universi
The prevalence of current cigarette smoking in 2017 was 15% (4.6 million smokers), an increase from 13% (3.9 million smokers) in 2015. A higher percentage of males (17% or 2.5 million) than females (13% or 2.1 million) were current smokers. Eleven percen
The company also said, for the first time, that it would support federal legislation to raise the age to 21 for the purchase of any tobacco and vaping product.
An extra £3.2bn is needed each year to reverse the impact that government cuts to the public health grant has had on health services. The public health grant – which enables local authorities to deliver vital public services such as obesity programmes,
Somatix, a provider of a real-time wearable gesture detection-assisted RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring) platform, announced today the results of a feasibility study testing SmokeBeat, the company’s smoking cessation monitoring solution. The results have be
The reduction in service use comes amid a fall in the overall number of people smoking in Scotland. The last Scottish Health Survey reported an adult smoking prevalence of 18.2% in 2017, down from 21.1% in 2016. Analysts said the reason for the fall in