E-cigarettes could be key to reducing smoking harm

Electronic cigarettes may reduce death and disability caused by smoking, say experts in The BMJ.

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Widow awarded $23 billion in lawsuit against cigarette maker

18 years after losing her husband to lung cancer, Cynthia Robinson is awarded $23 billion in a wrongful death lawsuit against a tobacco company.

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Secondhand smoke could kill your pet

Cancer kills more cats and dogs than any other disease, with new research suggesting second-hand smoke inhalation could be to blame.

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World No Tobacco Day Asks for Increased Tax on Tobacco

The global tobacco epidemic kills nearly six million people each year, of which more than 600 000 are non-smokers dying […]

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World Health Day focuses on high blood pressure

This Sunday marks World Health Day, with a focus on high blood pressure – a silent killer affecting one third of adults worldwide, many of whom are not even aware they are living with it.

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National Tobacco Campaign list new laws

CEO of the Australian National Preventive Health Agency, Louise Sylvan shares the latest breakthroughs and laws surrounding the national tobacco campaign.

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