The ban is aimed at boosting its workers' health, increasing time spent working and reducing levels of sick leave
Young people who recalled seeing e-cigarettes in small shops were more likely to have used the products in the past
New data shows that differences in life span among low earners are more dependent on local policies, exercise and smoking than access to health care
There’s abundant advice out there on what you should or shouldn’t eat, drink, swallow, or stand next to, to avoid cancer. But it’s often lacking in evidence and the jumble of messages can be confusing.
BBC finds no fines or court summons were issued in the three months after law was passed last October
Smokers who cut abuprtly were 25 per cent more likely to stop for good
Your body changes immediately after you quit
The video compares a blackened lung with a healthy organ
'Worrying' figures show the number of young women who smoke has increased for the first time since 2008
78% of current smokers have either used e-cigs and disliked them, or never want to try them
Early life factors - such as respiratory infections, the date a child was born or whether they had a mother who smoked - contribute to how fast lungs age
Tests on mice reveal chemicals produced from 'vaping' can cause developmental problems in offspring
There may be sound reasons behind the WHO's argument – but smoking is often integral to characters and storylines
Big Tobacco increasingly using films to market cigarettes to children, WHO warns
'Anything that makes smoking harder can only be a good thing'
Evidence suggests teens exposed to depictions of alcohol and tobacco are more likely to start drinking or smoking