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Smoke-free Ireland still 34 years off as 100 die every week

Ireland risks missing its tobacco-free target date of 2025 by 27 years, the HSE has warned. The shocking delay is putting new pressure on Health Minister Simon Harris to soften his stance on e-cigarettes to help more smokers quit. The Government is com
Irish Independent (ie)
added Oct 2, 2018 18:29
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[Ireland] CLARK: Cadging a cigarette a sure way to find out what is going on at work

Today’s offices are full of people staring at their screens at open-plan desks with headphones jammed unsociably over their ears to block out noise. And, thankfully, far fewer smoke. Design solutions Thus we are seeing a number of design “solutions” to m
Irish Times (ie)
added Sep 24, 2018 22:26
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[Ireland] Young people think 'rollies' are healthier than traditional cigarettes

That is according to a new study from Tobacco Free Institute of Ireland which is now calling for the price of so-called 'rollies' to be raised. One of the authors of the report, Professor Luke Clancy, says although the rates of smoking among young peo
BreakingNews.ie (ie)
added Aug 31, 2018 01:40
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[Ireland] So, you enjoy a social smoke? Can social smoking damage your health and why do we do it?

So, why do some people tend to smoke at social events and nights out, when it isn't something they would usually do day-to-day? "Social smoking is nothing to do with addiction to nicotine," explains Fiona. "It is all about the desire to belong. When we
Irish Independent (ie)
added Aug 22, 2018 18:02
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[UK] Public review of e-cigarettes needed, says Vape Business Ireland

The Irish vape industry has called for a public hearing on cigarette alternatives after a UK committee report found that vaping was not a gateway to cigarette smoking...Vape Business Ireland (VBI) said the Irish government needed to “take heed” of the gr
Times Of London (uk)
added Aug 19, 2018 12:37
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[Ireland] Casual smokers ‘dangerously unaware’ of the health risks

People who smoke only a few cigarettes a week are more at risk of developing cardiovascular disease, lung cancer, fertility problems and other health problems compared with non-smokers, a report suggests. A group of doctors said occasional smoking, whic
Times Of London (uk)
added Aug 9, 2018 15:21
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[Eastern Europe, Ireland] Irish smokers stubbing out for good as study reveals cigarettes sales have halved over past decade

and we now rank 51st on the world table when it comes to our smoking habit Despite the cut down, our smokers still spend nearly €1.5billion a year on the dirty nicotine habit, the Euromonitor report revealed. And each of them puffs on about 577 cancer-
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added Jul 26, 2018 12:04
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DROP IN CIGS Cigarettes sales halved in Ireland over the past decade – despite sales of over €1.4billion last year

But a new Euromonitor report shows that ­smokers in Ireland still forked out €1.4 billion on their addiction last year. The study does predict that ­Ireland’s smoking habits will continue to decline with ­cigarette sales ­predicted to slump to 2.3 billi
Irish Sun (ie)
added Jul 26, 2018 12:04
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[Ireland, UK] A cautionary tale

The New Nicotine Alliance (UK) has welcomed ‘the bold vision’... ‘The NNA applauds Sir Kevin’s bold vision of the increased role that tobacco harm reduction could play in the future of tobacco control policy and calls on Under-Parliamentary Secretary of
Tobacco Reporter
added Jul 26, 2018 12:04
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[Ireland] Nenagh Training Centre's rising movie stars lift prize for anti-smoking film

Nenagh Community Training Centre from Tipperary has come second in the Short Film Competition Senior Category at this year's Irish Cancer Society X-HALE Youth Awards 2018. The group scooped the award for their short film Get off the Nicotine Road, which
Tipperary Star (ie)
added Jul 12, 2018 14:49
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