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Stoptober 2017 < Go Back

Stoptober 2017 Are you looking to quit smoking or support someone you love in giving up cigarettes? With tonnes of support and useful resources, Stoptober is a great time to give up. Stoptober is a yearly event from the NHS encouraging as many people as possible to stay off cigarettes for the whole of October. When you stop smoking for 28 days or more, you’re 5 times more likely to quit for good so stopping for…

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Best Way To Quit Smoking – Cutting Down vs Cold Turkey < Go Back

It’s often chatted about a lot among smokers, non smokers, social smokers and even those who have quit themselves about what the best way to quit smoking is. ‘How do you quit smoking?’, ‘What’s the best way to stop smoking?’ Do you ever so slightly cut down your smoking intake gradually, and make it a long term project that you will eventually make yourself comfortable going smoke free? Or do you jump in at the…

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New Year’s Resolutions – How to stop smoking < Go Back

New Year, New You. It’s time to get those new year’s resolutions in. But this time, stick to them. So, what resolution is right for you? With ‘getting healthy’ as the most popular resolution based search term, it could be that. There are many different ways to achieve this, but perhaps the most common and effective is, yes, you guessed it – stop smoking! Google searches for ‘how to stop smoking’ increase considerably in January,…

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Scientist corrects claims made on her own anti-e-cig research < Go Back

The lead scientist who conducted an e-cigarette study that recently ignited controversy has now formally issued a correction in order to clarify that the research did not find e-cigarette vapour was as harmful as cigarette smoke. The scientist in question, Dr Jessica Wang-Rodriguez, was the lead researcher on the “Oral Oncology” study that cited two e-cigarette products “damaged cells in ways that could lead to cancer.”

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E cigarette UK user vaping rather than smoking

Estimated 400,000 smokers in a single country quit thanks to E cigarettes < Go Back

E cigarettes could well be the most important factor in thousands of people giving up smoking for good, according to a recent study published in the International Journal of Public Health. France’s 2014 Health Barometer used responses from a representative sample of the French population – just over 15,500 people – and sought to investigate the relationship between tobacco and e cigarette use.

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