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North Yorkshire’s County Council’s Smokefree Places Fund was first launched last year. The Council is an active member of Breathe 2025, the organisation which campaigns “to see the next generation of children born and raised in a place free from tobacco,
Action on Smoking and Health found there are now four times more e-cigarette users than there was six years ago. The charity today said smokers are ‘finally getting the message’ that switching to vaping can improve health. Vaping – the term for using e
The Prime Minister, famous for his smoking habit, often received cigars from well-wishers while he was fighting the war. This meant it would be ‘too easy’ for a cigar to be coated in cyanide or another toxic substance, security services believed.
Despite it being well-known that smoking while pregnant can give babies serious health problems, one in 10 expectant mothers in England don’t ditch the cigarettes. And the rates of smoking during pregnancy vary across the country, with women in the nort
Yesterday, I made a statement to the House of Commons about our recent report on e-cigarettes to clarify what we actually said. The evidence is clear: e-cigarettes are significantly less harmful to a smoker’s health than conventional cigarettes.
Research at the University of York, involving a trial with more than 500 daily shisha smokers in Pakistan, where shisha smoking is particularly common, showed that varenicline—a medication used to help tackle cigarette smoking—did not make a difference i
Signs will be put up at the schools reminding parents not to smoke Smoke-free zones are set to be introduced outside 80 primary schools in Barnsley. The move is an extension of a council scheme which has already been implemented in the town.
Competitors will have to keep their cigar lit for three hours and six minutes to beat the record…Some 200 competitors from 36 nations will light up today in the “grand final” of one of the least health-conscious endurance sports at the ninth Cigar Smok
Researchers from the University of Bristol have stated that smokers are perceived as “less attractive” by the opposite sex. This was the result of a study of 500 participants who were presented with the faces of 23 sets of identical twins, including a ma