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[Ireland] BLAKE: Working life: Martina Blake, HSE lead for the tobacco-free programme www.quit.ie

There’s a meeting of the National HSE Tobacco Free Ireland programme group starting at 10.30am, which I chair. The room is booked from 9am, so I continue to respond to emails and make sure the teleconference facilities are set up for those connecting t
Irish Examiner (ie)
added May 19, 2017 14:54
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[Ireland] Branded tobacco tins ‘are a cynical wheeze to beat law’

A tobacco manufacturer is offering cigarettes for sale in durable branded tins, days before plain-packaging rules come into force. James Reilly, the former health minister who tabled the plain-packaging legislation, described the move by Japan Tobacco I
Times Of London (uk)
added May 15, 2017 14:41
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[Ireland] Amazing women manage to quit smoking after Irish Cancer Society programme

An amazing group of women from Tallaght are celebrating after completing a programme to quit smoking. The course from the Irish Cancer Society called "We Can Quit" was completed by 12 women in the Fettercairn Community Centre, with 10 of them managing to
Dublin Live (ie)
added May 9, 2017 21:08
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[Ireland, New York] Irish Cancer Society slams Hollywood stars for photos showing them smoking at Met Gala

Chadwick added that celebrities who post photos of themselves smoking do the work that advertising companies can not by promoting the habit..."Tobacco companies can no longer market their products directly to young people through billboards and TV ads. Th
Joe.ie (ie)
added May 9, 2017 20:27
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[Europe, Ireland, UK-Northern Ireland] Huge haul of cigarettes and fuel seized by Revenue

Almost 45 million cigarettes worth €23.5m were seized in 2016... Trade group Retailers Against Smuggling said the continued problem showed the Government needed to provide more resources to combat smuggling, particularly in light of Brexit.
Irish Examiner (ie)
added May 1, 2017 22:15
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[Ireland] Trinity academics call for targeted smoking prevention in new study

The study...explores smoking and quitting behaviours among students. The study aims to assist College in developing ways to promote a smoke-free campus. The study aims to “aid the implementation of a smoke-free campus”, collecting data about the smoking
Trinity News (ie)
added Apr 29, 2017 03:08
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[Ireland] Exams a bad time for stop smoking campaign

A survey of more than 700 students has found that smokers on a university campus are more likely to be aged 22 or above and live in their own accommodation — and that campaigns to raise awareness of quitting are more successful if timed away from exam ti
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Apr 26, 2017 01:16
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[Ireland] HARRINGTON: Don’t let manners evaporate in puff of vaping smoke

I vaped in a public place – outside a coffee shop, surrounded by cigarette smokers. The idea of vaping indoors seems inconceivable, given the connection my brain makes with actual smoking. Yet vaping smells lovely and doesn’t stick to your clothes or hai
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Apr 20, 2017 19:03
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[Ireland] EDITORIAL: Health: helping smokers to quit

ongoing research into this and the long-term safety of e-cigarettes should clarify these concerns. The annual additional cost of maximising the use of the combination of varenicline and NRT would be approximately €7 million, the report says; the Minister
Irish Times (ie)
added Apr 20, 2017 15:18
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[Asia] Belgian cigar manufacturer J Cortés moves factory from Ireland to Sri Lanka

The century old Belgian cigar manufacturer J. Cortés is closing the cigar factory in Ballaghaderreen, Ireland in the next six months and moving its operations to Sri Lanka. J. Cortés acquired the Exclusive Cigar Manufacturing Ireland plant, a family ciga
LankaPage.com
added Apr 15, 2017 19:42
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