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In January 2018, Philip Morris International (PMI) placed ads in UK newspapers explaining that their New Year’s resolution was ‘to stop selling cigarettes in the UK’…refer to four commitments for 2018:… While the second commitment is contrary to Artic
I have been hynotised (twice); I have had acupuncture, I have read Alan Carr (cover to cover, five times); I have listened to motivational podcasts; I have been on a week-long juice fast; I have chewed gum that made me wretch; I have slapped on patches t
followed 1,152 children aged between 11 and 18 for four to six months. At the start, 11 per cent had tried vaping and 20 per cent had smoked tobacco. By the end, those who had vaped were 12 times more likely to have smoked tobacco than those who had never
International Express at John William Street has been banned from selling alcohol by Kirklees Council. Bizarrely, it can still sell cigarettes and tobacco as shops do not need a licence for that. Police seized a haul of counterfeit and non-UK cigarette
Just one in six clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England are meeting the ‘national ambition’ that fewer than 6% of women should be smoking at the time they deliver their baby, NHS Digital reported this morning. It also found wide variation across
Enjoying tobacco and alcohol is certain not to have featured in Ms. May’s talks this week with Prince Mohammed. Human rights…in Yemen did. In contrast to Mr. Churchill, who, perhaps insensitively and arrogantly, refused to compromise on his principles a
Among young people in Great Britain, ever e-cigarette use is associated with smoking initiation, and ever smoking is associated with e-cigarette initiation.
Recently researchers from England, led my Ann McNeill and including prominent e-cigarette advocates, published a well-done study showing a huge gateway effect for e-cigarettes leading to cigarette smoking among youth in Great Britain. The paper, “Associ
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges criticised the policies, which were introduced in some clinical commissioning groups last October. Professor Derek Alderson, president of the Royal College of Surgeons, said people in need of medical help will be le