Wales’s leading tobacco control action group ASH Wales Cymru celebrates 40 years of campaigning today as figures reveal nearly 400,000 less smokers in Wales than in 1976.
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Primary school pupils in Llantwit Major have been picking up cigarette butts from a local beach to mark World Environmental Health Day.
The last playground in Cardiff to become officially smokefree will be launched by families today as they unveil new signage at the Cardiff Bay Barrage playground.
The thought-provoking poems and pictures of pupils from a Bridgend primary school have been published in a mini-book after winning an all Wales competition about smoking.
A Welsh stop smoking youth organisation has gone international with its first successful foreign project being delivered in a Belarusian orphanage in Minsk thanks to European funding.
New research released today shows no evidence that e-cigarettes are a ‘gateway’ for young people to start smoking.
The Smokefree Homes campaign aims to raise awareness of the harms smoking inside the home causes to family members, children and pets.
A newly-released survey which examines the health of people in Wales shows a 1% decrease in smoking rates to 19% compared to last year.
ASH Wales are pleased that the Welsh Government has responded positively to the evidence put before them with regards to the Public Health Bill and e-cigarettes.