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Wales bans smoking at hospitals, schools, playgrounds
Wales became the first of the UK nations to make it illegal to smoke on hospital and school grounds, public playgrounds and other outdoor day care and childminding settings.
Smoking strongly linked to women's lower take-up of cancer screening services
Smoking is strongly linked to lower use of cancer screening services by women, and more advanced disease once cancer is diagnosed, reveals research published in the online British Medical Journal Open.
Smoking, heart disease increase midlife mental decline risk
Your thinking skills may be at risk of declining in midlife if you smoke or have high blood pressure or diabetes, a new study suggests.
Not smoking, keeping an active social life can help you live to be 100 or older
Everyone gets old. It’s an inevitable truth humans have come to terms with. How old you’ll live to, however, is another question. If you’re aiming for the century mark, researchers from the University of Otago in Otago, New Zealand, say they know the secret.
English councils call for smoking ban outside restaurants, cafes
English councils are calling for smoking to be banned outside the likes of cafes and restaurants to make them more family-friendly and help high streets recover from lockdown.
Under 50 and had a heart attack? Quit smoking, and you'll live longer
If you're a smoker under 50 and you suffer a heart attack, new research suggests kicking the habit may be the best thing you can do to still be around years later.
Many Australians used lockdown to give up smoking
There are signs that thousands of Australians used the coronavirus shutdown to give up smoking.
Smoking only in early pregnancy still puts baby at risk
While quitting smoking during the first trimester slightly decreases the risk for low birth weight in newborns, any duration of maternal smoking during pregnancy is associated with low birth weight and abnormal body proportions, according to a study recently published in BMJ Open.
E-cigarettes are still safer than smoking, scientists find
The past decade in British healthcare has been disappointing: Improvements in life expectancy and neonatal mortality have stalled and public satisfaction with the NHS has fallen sharply.
Vaping may have similar effects to smoking on harmful lung bacteria
E-cigarette vapor may have similar effects to cigarette smoke on bacteria associated with smoking-related illness such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma, according to a study published in Respiratory Research.
Heavy smoking causes rapid facial ageing
“Smoker’s Face,” a condition where smokers look older than they are, is just one of many negative effects caused by heavy tobacco usage.
Russia bans smoking on apartment balconies
Russian smokers were left gasping after the Emergencies Ministry announced that smoking on the balconies of apartment blocks would be banned under new fire regulations.
Parents' smoking raise future heart risks for kids
When parents smoke, their kids may face a higher risk of a common heart rhythm problem decades later, a new study suggested.
Gov't pledges to end smoking in England by 2030
The government is pledging to end smoking in England by 2030 as part of a range of measures to tackle the causes of preventable ill health.
Obesity 'causes more cases of some cancers than smoking' in UK
Obesity now causes more cases of four common cancers in the UK than smoking, according to a charity.

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