Wales’s leading tobacco control action group, ASH Wales, welcomes new research into the prevalence and frequency of e-cigarette use among young people in Wales.
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ASH Wales Cymru today welcomes the findings of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health’s (RCPCH) ‘State of Child Health – Wales’ report and backs their calls for more smokefree spaces for young people.
Cigarette packs designed with the world’s ugliest colour and graphic pictures have started to appear on the shelves of shops across the UK, eight months after the new regulations were passed.
Quitting smoking is the best thing any smoker can do for their health - it’s a fact that 1 in 2 long-term smokers will die from this deadly addiction.
A group of Swansea GP surgeries are to take part in a new initiative to help local residents quit smoking.
An operation to disrupt the supply and sale of illegal tobacco and alcohol in South and West Wales led to the seizure of hand rolling tobacco, cigarettes and alcohol, all believed to be illicit.
Caerleon Comprehensive is the first secondary school in South Wales to officially declare its school gates a no smoking zone today.
Wales’ Social Services and Public Health Minister Rebecca Evans today joined teenagers at a skills centre in Cardiff to mark the success of our unique quit-smoking service for young people.
Cigarette packs designed with the world’s ugliest colour and graphic pictures have started to appear on the shelves of shops in Wales six months after the new regulations were passed.