Smoking just a pack of cigarettes a day for a year causes 150 genetic mutations – each of which might lead to its own cancer
Scientists say there is ‘a real concern’ that regular users are at ‘increased risk of developing osteoporosis and fractures later in life’
Just one in six adults now smokes, according to figures from Public Health England
It’s astounding to me that people can hear ‘Three-quarters of your society could be obese by 2035’ and react with: ‘This is clearly a problem at an individual level’
Tobacco groups are demanding assurances from government over the proposed law
The plaintiffs in the ongoing legal case insist it is about 'false advertising' not 'artistic freedom'
The government has brought bans to enclosed public spaces and cars with children in – but not to playgrounds meant for kids
The teenage girls are reportedly afraid of labour and believe a smaller baby weight will make childbirth less dangerous and painful
Researchers point out that dope users have been found to be less likely to brush their teeth or floss
Axa will not be the first investor to get out of tobacco.
The question must be asked, if we allow our freedom of choice to be removed, what will follow?
The restrictions on smoking are welcome, but now, with the constraints on retail displays and multiple rules on smoking in public places, we are probably pushing at the limits of prohibition by fiat
Study comes after health minister said France was 'the European country where pregnant women smoke the most'
Supporters of the law aim to deter adolescents from nicotine addiction
Teachers at the boarding school in Basel hope the incentive will encourage staff and pupils to live a healthy lifestyle
Increasing tobacco tax by 70% is set to raise $4.7 million for the coalition government over four years