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The law making it illegal to smoke in public indoor places saw 11,000 fewer children being admitted to hospital each year.
A combined analysis of studies into e-cigarettes shows they can be useful in helping people to quit or cut down on smoking
European MPs are backing a law aimed at putting young people off smoking by making the habit less attractive.
Around 603,000 people, including 165,000 children, die each year as a result of passive smoking, according to World Health Organisation scientists.
The ban on smoking in July 2007 has led to a drop in children being admitted to hospital for asthma in England.
Hospitality workers' exposure to harmful second hand smoke has fallen by 95 per cent since smokefree workplaces were introduced in England on 1 July 2007, according to new...
Over two thirds of people say going out will be more enjoyable when England goes smokefree in July, according to a Cancer Research UK survey.