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Philip Morris’s Calantzopoulos says argument has parallels with safe sex debate…concedes the way some ecigarette liquids are described and marketed is a ‘concern’ but says campaigns to curb sales to teenagers could backfire
We hypothesized that e-cigarette filled with nicotine liquid (arm 1) would be more effective than nicotine-free e-cigarette (arm 2) and the control group (arm 3) for smoking reduction and would have no greater risk of side-effects.
Findings identify e-cigarettes as a potential aid for smoking cessation, but also as a potential risk for smoking relapse in men only. Overall, women were less likely to quit smoking, and e-cigarette use did not impact their ability to quit or to stay qu
Public Health England (PHE) said that smoking rates among adults in England are expected to fall from the current level of 14.9% to around 10% by 2023. The number of smokers in England has fallen by more than a million since 2014, it added. The estimat
Kyle, who recently became a grandfather, is now an ex-smoker, having enjoyed cigarettes for more than half of his life. The 53-year-old smoked for 35 years. “If I can quit, I honestly believe anyone can quit,” said Jeremy Kyle
Efforts to tackle obesity, reduce smoking and improve children’s health have been cut back since ministers slashed public health budgets, government figures show.
A coalition of groups dedicated to helping people avoid the health risks associated with tobacco announced a statewide effort to educate Idahoans about the resources available to help them quit smoking. In Payette County, a class on quitting smoking, co
Figures released by anti-smoking group Fresh ahead of this year’s Stoptober campaign show that in 2017 nearly 400,000 smokers in England quit successfully. From left, South Tyneside director of public health Tom Hall, Coun Tracey Dixon, ex-smoker Deborah
West, who was part of a team of researchers who examined the effectiveness of the campaign in its first year in 2012, said that the public health campaign is “incredibly good value for money”. But…“very little” money is spent on the campaign.