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[UK] Burning Injustice / Reducing tobacco-driven harm and inequality (PDF)

The tobacco manufacturers, whose products cause so much health, social and economic damage, should make a greater contribution to mitigating that harm. The four major tobacco manufacturers remain among the most profitable companies on Earth, so they co
ASH London (uk)
added Jan 30, 2017 15:53
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the impact of smoking related ill health on the social care system, at a cost of £1.4 billion every year, up from £1.1billion in 2014. This is made up of £760 million in costs borne by local authorities, with a further £630 million being spent by those
ASH London (uk)
added Jan 30, 2017 16:01

[UK] SANDFORD: NHS needs to do more to tackle smoking

The huge financial burden caused by smoking provides a strong case for continued investment in smoking cessation and other tobacco control measures. Every year smoking in England results in over 37,000 deaths from cancer, 23,000 deaths from respiratory d
Independent Nurse (uk)
added Jan 20, 2017 14:38
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[UK] VIDEO: Hull's stop smoking budget 'to be slashed by £250K' despite worst smoking rate in England

Hull's budget to help people stop smoking looks set to be slashed by £250,000 despite the city having the highest numbers of adult smokers in England. Hull City Council is under massive financial pressure after struggling for years to fund services again
Hull Daily Mail / This is Hull and East Riding (uk)
added Jan 19, 2017 15:22

[Ireland] Quitting smokers 'should not vape'

Vaping has been endorsed by governments in the UK and other countries but ASH chairman Dr Pat Doorley said he was concerned about the risk it poses to long-term health. "Some people say they do help them but we don't think the evidence is strong enough
Irish Independent (ie)
added Jan 2, 2017 00:06

[Ireland] Smoking death toll nearly 6,000 this year, campaigners claim

Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Ireland called on people to consider quitting in the new year. Overall, the number of smokers has fallen but ASH said 5,900 tobacco users died in 2016.
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Dec 29, 2016 00:34
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6,000 people in Ireland died smoking related deaths in 2016 sparking calls for action

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said that 6 million people worldwide died this year from smoking or passive smoking, 5,900 of which were Irish. ASH, which is short for Action on Smoking and Health, are calling for people to consider the dangers of s
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added Dec 28, 2016 15:35

EXPRESSIONS HAIR DESIGN v NEW YORK: Brief of Action on Smoking and Health, American Thoracic Society, National Association of County and City Health Officials, Public Good Law Center, and Tobacco Control Legal Consortium as Amici Curiae in Support of Resp

Each of these organizations relies on robust mandatory disclosure and truth-in-advertising regimes in order to fulfill its mission. Amici consequently recognize the need both for First Amendment protection of commercial speech that conveys vital consumer
Public Health Law Center (William Mitchell College of Law)
added Feb 2, 2017 15:25
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ARENDT: So what would happen if tobacco products simply disappeared tomorrow?

many positive impacts on the environment. ...more than $156 billion a year of productivity is lost due to deaths from tobacco and diseases caused by second hand smoke. Another $170 billion goes to direct medical costs for smokers. If tobacco vanished, so
Winchester (TN) Herald-Chronicle
added Dec 21, 2016 20:54

Statement from ASH Executive Director Laurent Huber on a Tobacco-Free World

ASH strives to be a catalyst for new ideas to end tobacco use. As we head into our 50th year of fighting Big Tobacco, we continue to work at the cutting edge, recognizing that the tobacco epidemic knows no country, state, or city boundaries.
ASH (Action on Smoking and Health) (us)
added Dec 20, 2016 16:18
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