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Fellow flyers alerted cabin crew to the woman’s ‘erratic’ behaviour as she flew from Naples to Liverpool. After reports of strange actions in her seat the woman was then found to be smoking in one of the toilets, the pilot said.
The results confirm the claims of other experts that e-cigarettes may act as a ‘catalyst’, getting children hooked on nicotine and making smoking socially acceptable so they later turn to tobacco A team led by US researchers surveyed more than 2,000 teen
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
FOUR newsagents have been successfully prosecuted in a council crackdown on illegal tobacco sales including supplying single cigarettes to under-18s. The Blackburn retailers were targeted following complaints from the public. The operation included
Smoking is the biggest cause of cancer globally – it’s linked to 15 types including lung cancer, the second most common cancer among UK men. “It’s tough but it’s never too late to give up,” says health information officer Clare Hyde of Cancer Research U
British American Tobacco has picked a long-serving company insider as its new chief executive, a move that failed to reverse a long decline in its share price.
Some of us will doff our hats at an age in which the cigarette was elegance, then edge, then transgression. And some of us will bow our heads to the time when we were young, and thought ourselves immortal.
The link between smoking and multiple sclerosis (MS) is “clearer than ever”, with those who smoke more likely to develop the condition and become disabled more quickly, a charity has warned. The MS Society said it has completed a major evidence review
Obesity will overtake smoking as the leading preventable cause of cancer in women within 25 years, experts warn. A study predicts one in ten new female cancer cases – around 23,000 a year – will be caused by excess weight by 2035, only 2,000 fewer than