Pregnant women who are offered a financial incentive are more likely to quit smoking.
Cancer Research UK welcomes Government action on standardised cig packs with voter support at a high of nearly three quarters
Plain, standardised tobacco packaging is a step closer to being introduced to the UK after the Government tabled regulations tonight.
Measuring the rate at which smokers break down nicotine could help predict how well certain quitting methods would work for them.
Nearly 600,000 cancers in the UK could have been avoided in the last five years if people had healthier lifestyles according to Cancer Research UK.
A combined analysis of studies into e-cigarettes shows they can be useful in helping people to quit or cut down on smoking
Cancer Research UK urges the UK to follow Australia as it celebrates two years of standardised cig packs
Today marks a successful two years since plain, standardised tobacco packaging was introduced to Australia.
Another tobacco company breaches advertising code as charity urges young people to tell the industry to ‘smoke this’
An Imperial Tobacco advertisement has been said to be "harmful and irresponsible" in the latest ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority