Research released by the British Medical Association (BMA) provides strong evidence that smoking in cars is harmful to non smoking passengers, with children and the elderly particularly vulnerable.
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ASH Wales has welcomed the overwhelming cross-party support given by Assembly Members today to protect children from accessing tobacco products from vending machines in Wales.
New figures released today by public health charity ASH Wales show that each day in Wales an estimated 38 teenagers who have never smoked before try smoking cigarettes, introducing them to a truly deadly product. The figures have been released ahead of a major conference taking place in Cardiff later this week.
Public health charity ASH Wales has offered its congratulations to triathlete Helen Jenkins after taking the World Triathlon Championship title in Beijing.
Public health charity ASH Wales has responded to the First Minister’s announcement that Wales could be the first country in Europe to ban smoking in cars carrying children.
Four out of five adults want to see a ban introduced in Wales on smoking in cars carrying children. That’s the strong message from the Welsh public in results released today by public health charity ASH Wales.
ASH Wales welcomes the announcement by the Chancellor that there is to be a 2% increase in tobacco duty above inflation to help reduce smoking prevalence.
ASH Wales has today welcomed the announcement by the Westminster Government that they plan to press ahead with the ban on behind the counter displays of tobacco as outlined in the 2009 Health Act.
ASH Wales is celebrating No Smoking Day (Wednesday 9th March) by highlighting a top 10 list of financial incentives to encourage smokers to quit on the Day.