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[Ireland] Educated pregnant 'secret smokers' put babies at risk

A significant number of pregnant women in Ireland may be "secret smokers", leaving their baby at risk of being malnourished. A new study of a group of mothers-to-be attending the Coombe Maternity Hospital in Dublin found several were reluctant to disclose
Irish Independent (ie)
added Dec 12, 2018 18:52
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[Ireland] Legal fug gives green light to young smokers

Delays introducing legislation covering the sale of electronic cigarettes to under-18s could lead to young people vaping and becoming addicted to nicotine, anti-tobacco campaigners have claimed, writes Sean Pollock. The
Times Of London (uk)
added Dec 10, 2018 21:17

[Ireland] De BRIT: ‘Lighting up in someone’s house now feels totally wrong, like driving without a seatbelt’

There’s also our world-famous culture of hospitality to consider. A zero-tolerance approach doesn’t sit well with a hundred thousand fáiltes. The usual rule is that a guest’s comfort is priority (which is why Irish homes are heated to near boiling when g
Irish Times (ie)
added Nov 10, 2018 19:10

[Ireland] Smoking led to rotten teeth among famine dead

Heavy smoking by people during the Great Famine caused their teeth to rot badly, researchers have claimed. More than half of adults were missing teeth and 80 per cent had tooth decay as a result of widespread pipe smoking in both men and women, the stud
Times Of London (uk)
added Oct 26, 2018 00:21

[Ireland] Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking - A randomised clinical trial [FREE FULL TEXT]

Objective To determine if Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking (AC) was superior to in a randomised clinical trial (RCT).... Conclusions All AC quit rates were superior to, outcomes were comparable with established interventions.
Tobacco Control
added Oct 25, 2018 23:20

[Ireland] Report: Those living in deprived areas more likely to drink and smoke

Healthy Ireland Survey 2018, published today, shows positive health is not evenly distributed throughout the population and that the typical pattern “is one of higher risk health behaviours” in deprived areas. It shows one third living in deprived areas
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Oct 24, 2018 23:59

[Ireland] Too much smoking left Great Famine victims with rotten teeth, study suggests

Researchers from Queen’s University in Belfast studied the teeth of 363 victims who died in the Kilkenny Union Workhouse between 1847 and 1851. Archaeologists discovered their remains in 2005 in an unmarked mass burial ground.
Press Association (uk)
added Oct 24, 2018 23:50
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[Ireland] Famine victims had badly rotten teeth due to heavy smoking new study reveals

New research has found that smoking was rampant among Irish during the time of the famine, and the majority of adults had rotten teeth due to the habit. A study carried out by leading bioarchaeologist Dr. Jonny Geber examined the teeth of 363 impoverishe
IrishCentral LLC (New York, NY)
added Oct 19, 2018 01:55
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Budget 2019: Forest Ireland responds to increases in excise duties on tobacco

John Mallon, spokesman for the smokers’ group Forest Ireland, said, “Smokers have been the whipping boys of successive governments for far too long. "A further increase in tobacco duties, including the Minimum Excise Duty, is immoral because it delibera
FOREST (Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco)
added Oct 25, 2018 18:21

[Ireland] Pack of 20 cigarettes goes up by 50 cents

Delivering Budget 2019, Paschal Donohoe said he was increasing minimum excise duty on tobacco products so that all cigarettes sold below €11 will have the same excise applied as cigarettes sold at €11.
RTÉ Online [Radio Telefís Éireann] (ie)
added Oct 9, 2018 19:03
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