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[Ireland] Reilly slams delay in launching plain cigarette packets

Fine Gael deputy leader James Reilly has criticised the Government over the delay in introducing plain-packaged tobacco products. Dr Reilly, who spearheaded the legislation when he was Children's Minister, expressed concern that the new laws are three-a
Evening Herald (ie)
added Dec 7, 2016 16:07
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[Ireland] Irish vet on the damage that second-hand smoke has on your pet: ‘The smoker’s dog's lung tissue was nearly all black’

Wicklow veterinarian Dr Alan Rossiter said an exposure to second-hand smoking and the residual chemicals left behind by cigarette smoke can increase a pet’s risk of developing cancer, lung disease, heart disease and a host of other respiratory problems.
Irish Independent (ie)
added Dec 7, 2016 01:19
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[Ireland] Smoke free campuses to become the norm

THERE is an expected increase in smoke free college campuses across Ireland, according to a seminar held in the Royal College of Surgeons on the 9th of November. The seminar was organised by ASH Ireland, an anti-tobacco group with the aim of reducing tob
University Observer (ie)
added Nov 30, 2016 20:08
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[Ireland] Irish State's €7.2million investment in cigarette giant 'makes a complete mockery' of anti-smoking drive - Senator

It has emerged there is almost €35million of taxpayers’ money in alcohol, tobacco and defence industries, some of which make weapons of war. Of this, €7.2million is invested in Philip Morris, which make Marlboro, British American Tobacco, which manufactu
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added Nov 29, 2016 16:23
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ASH Ireland working towards smoke free campuses being the norm in Irish colleges and universities

ASH Ireland want Ireland to work towards smoke free campuses being the norm in Irish third level campuses. Both Westport College and Athlone IT are already campus smokefree and both UCD and Trinity College have commenced the ‘going smokefree’ process. D
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added Nov 10, 2016 14:20
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[Ireland] Organised crime in Republic worth at least €1.7bn annually

The €1.7 billion annual valuation of organised crime in Ireland includes all aspects of the drug dealing... The illegal cigarettes market in Ireland – involving counterfeit or smuggled cigarettes with no duties or VAT paid – is worth €277 million annuall
Irish Times (ie)
added Oct 31, 2016 17:44
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[Ireland] Women 'more likely' than men to take up smoking

Almost half of Irish smokers have tried to quit in the past year, with just 10% doing so successfully. According to the latest Healthy Ireland Survey, almost half of those who were successful in quitting did so through willpower alone, with around a thi
RTÉ Online [Radio Telefís Éireann] (ie)
added Oct 19, 2016 20:49
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[Ireland] One in five exposed to passive smoke every day

According to the second annual Healthy Ireland survey, which involved almost 7,500 people aged 15 and older, 23% of the population are current smokers and 18% of people are exposed to passive smoke every day.
IrishHealth.com (ie)
added Oct 19, 2016 15:58
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[Ireland] Passive smoking in youth can increase lung cancer risk

Non-smokers who were exposed to passive smoking in early life are at an increased risk of getting lung cancer, but only if they have genetic factors, a conference on cancer has been told. This risk was also associated with an earlier onset of the diseas
Irish Times (ie)
added Oct 17, 2016 18:19
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[Ireland] Revealed: The countries where you can get cigarettes for less than €1

In the Ukraine, you can buy a 20 packet of Marlboro for €0.85 cent, while in Moldova you can get them for €0.95 and in Belarus for €0.94. Expatistan, the website which compares the cost of living in thousands of cities all over the world, also reveals th
Irish Independent (ie)
added Oct 14, 2016 16:00
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