We look behind the headlines at some recent research on e-cigarettes, asking are they safe? Can they help you quit? And do they attract kids to smoking?
We look at how cuts to local public health budgets are leaving vital Stop Smoking Services under threat.
A new US study claims that smokers who don’t use e-cigarettes are more likely to quit smoking than those who use them.
Around forty per cent of local authorities in England are cutting budgets to stop smoking services according to Cancer Research UK.
UK’s medicines licensing agency has cleared the way for a brand of e-cigarette to be marketed as a quit-smoking aid.
The EU acted lawfully in adopting rules around tobacco regulation within its Member States, according to a preliminary European Court of Justice Opinion.
Around a third of all young men in China will eventually be killed by smoking-related diseases unless there is widespread quitting.
One way to stop someone wanting something is to make it less appealing.
And that’s been the inspiration behind many of the current strategies and research to help...
Ahead of a Science Museum Lates event on 30th September exploring the science of cravings, Professor Robert West from the Cancer Research UK Health Behaviour Research...