Public Health England has released its latest report on e-cigarettes - here are 4 things you need to know.
E-cigarettes are in the news again, but the headlines linking them to cancer don't match the research.
Local authorities have dramatically reduced budgets for Stop Smoking Services, according to a new report.
Young people are less likely to try cigarettes with the printed health warning ‘Smoking kills’ on each stick than standard cigarettes.
A group of health bodies and charities has called for more to be done to help smokers with mental health conditions quit, including accessing e-cigarettes.
For the first time, less than half the people in Great Britain who use e-cigarettes also smoke tobacco cigarettes.
E-cigarettes are less toxic and safer to use compared to conventional cigarettes, according to research published in Annals of Internal Medicine