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[UK] 1.6 million a year admitted for smoking-related diseases

Data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre for England shows a rise in hospital admissions to about 1.6 million in 2011/12, up on the 1.53 million the previous year. The figures, relating to over-35s, suggest 4,300 people per day are admitt
Nursing Times
added Aug 17, 2013 13:36
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Smoking Policies on each Cruise Line

Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest have two designated smoking areas. These areas are located in the aft section of the Looking Glass Lounge on the port side, and on the starboard forward section of the Pool Deck. Smoking areas have signs indicating that s
AffordableTours.com
added Aug 15, 2013 16:20
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[Ireland] Irish Independent Men kick the habit – but female smokers still on the increase

The findings emerged in the latest survey carried out by the National Tobacco Control Office . It looked at the smoking habits of Irish adults aged 15 years and older and found that 21.7pc still light up, down 1.8pc compared to 2010.
Irish Independent (ie)
added Aug 13, 2013 12:10
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KRIS: VIDEO: Blame Smokers? Absolutely Not!

Only 16% of our patients today are current smokers. ... it is very important that people who have stopped smoking but develop lung cancer do not blame themselves, and that healthcare providers in particular and society in general do not blame them either.
Medical Tribune
added Aug 12, 2013 17:29
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Americans Back Higher Health Insurance Rates for Smokers

Fifty-eight percent of Americans say health insurance companies would be justified in setting higher rates for people who smoke. This is on par with the 60% seen in 2011, but down modestly from 65% in 2003. Fewer, 41%, support setting higher rates for tho
Gallup Organization
added Aug 12, 2013 09:24
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[Australia] Victorian smoking rates fall to an all-time low of 13%

Cancer Council data shows 13.3% of Victorians are smoking on a regular basis, either daily or weekly. Daily smoking rates fell to 11.7%. Across all demographics, Victorians are shying away from lighting up, with about six in 10 adults stating they've ne
AAP (Australian Associated Press) (au)
added Aug 9, 2013 18:19
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[Australia] Victorian smoking rates fall to an all-time low of 13%

Cancer Council data shows 13.3% of Victorians are smoking on a regular basis, either daily or weekly. Daily smoking rates fell to 11.7%. Across all demographics, Victorians are shying away from lighting up, with about six in 10 adults stating they've ne
AAP (Australian Associated Press) (au)
added Aug 9, 2013 18:18
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Preventable Chronic Conditions Plague Medicaid Population

Thirty-six percent of adults whose primary health insurance source is Medicaid say they smoke -- making them 21 percentage points more likely to report the habit than those with employer-based insurance, and 17 points more likely than the overall adult av
Gallup Organization
added Aug 8, 2013 05:02
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Americans Who Smoke Suffer Emotionally

Americans who smoke are in worse emotional health than are those who do not smoke. Smokers have an average Emotional Health Index Score of 72.0, much lower than the average of 81.1 for nonsmokers.
Gallup Organization
added Aug 8, 2013 05:00
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Most U.S. Smokers Want to Quit, Have Tried Multiple Times

Most current smokers in the U.S. would like to give up smoking. Perhaps as a testimony to their desire to quit, 85% of smokers say they have in fact tried to quit at least once in their lifetime, including 45% who have tried at least three times.
Gallup Organization
added Aug 8, 2013 04:52
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