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[Ireland] IT Carlow to ban smoking from main outdoor areas

The Institute of Technology Carlow has announced it is to ban on-campus smoking from all of the main outdoor areas later this month. Smoking is to be restricted to three designated smoking shelters at locations across the campus to create a “smoke-free e
Irish Times (ie)
added Feb 14, 2018 16:54
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[Ireland] Feel the Burns – An Irishman’s Diary about Scotland’s national poet

farmers I grew up around had a bad habit of smoking Sweet Afton cigarettes, an unfiltered brand made by Carroll’s of Dundalk, and named indirectly for the poet...they used to put poetry on cigarette packets....But only in small, safe amounts, of course, b
Irish Times (ie)
added Jan 25, 2018 17:35
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[Ireland, UK-Northern Ireland] Raising legal age to 21 ‘would deter teenage smokers’

Increasing the legal smoking age from 16 to 18 had a “significant positive impact” on reducing smoking among young teenagers in Ireland, according to a study conducted by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).
Times Of London (uk)
added Oct 10, 2017 14:51
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[Ireland] University Of Limerick Working Towards A Smoke-Free Campus.

The college has already removed tobacco products from all over the site, including from shops and cigarette vending machines. A spokesperson has also confirmed there will be designated non-smoking areas throughout the university, the locations of which
KFM Kildare (ie)
added Aug 28, 2017 22:26
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[Ireland] A National Audit of Smoking Cessation Services in Irish Maternity Units.

Although smoking is an important modifiable risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes, smoking cessation services are inadequate in the Irish maternity services and there are variations in practices between hospitals.
Irish Medical Journal (ie)
added Aug 3, 2017 14:04
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: Success of e-cigarettes cautiously backed by Hiqa report

A REPORT BY Hiqa has acknowledged e-cigarettes’ “success” in helping people quit smoking, but says that further study is needed into their clinical and cost-effectiveness. The assessment comes as Hiqa begin a public consultation, calling for submissions
The (ie)
added May 30, 2017 15:12
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: E-Cigarettes Cost-Effective Way To Help Smokers Quit - Analysis

Ireland is the only country in the EU to include e-cigarettes in a state assessment of how best to help citizens give up smoking. Dublin’s Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) found that more people using e-cigarettes would lead to more peopl
Press Association (uk)
added May 30, 2017 15:07
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[Ireland] Smokers should not rely on e-cigarettes to quit, says health body

Smokers should not rely on e-cigarettes to give up the habit due to a lack of evidence that they effectively help people to quit, the Health and Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) has said. In its first analysis of the cost-effectiveness of using e
Irish Times (ie)
added Apr 10, 2017 16:21
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This is according to new research released today by experts at Royal London who are calling on all those who have successfully kicked the habit since 1 January 2016 to go about reaping the financial rewards of their achievement. The experts claim if yo
Business World (ie)
added Jan 31, 2017 17:15
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[Ireland] More women diagnosed with oral cancer ($$)

Oral cancer rates in Ireland rose significantly between 1999 and 2009, driven by a sharp increase in cases of the disease in women, a study has found. Incidence of the disease in Irish women rose significantly over a 16-year period beginning in 1994 at
Times Of London (uk)
added Jan 7, 2017 20:47
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