If you’re an advocate of vaping blogs, you’ll often see posts slating cigarettes and the health risks associated with them. Let’s face it, you already know the risks, right? They’re printed on every packet of cigarettes you smoke. Some scientists are starting to say sitting is the new smoking after research coming out of Queensland, … Continued
Author: Charles Pygall
‘Stop for 28 days and you’re five times more likely to quit’, is the ever-successful motto of Stoptober; a campaign by Public Health England that has helped smokers change their lives forever. Stoptober is in its fifth year and continues to encourage the nation’s 7 million smokers to quit; a figure the team are determined to reduce.
In the UK smoking is steadily decreasing; today around 19% of the population smoke compared to 21% in 2014, and 45% in 1974. However, shockingly, for individuals with mental health conditions this simply is not the case, with almost 38% of those who suffer from various mental health condition smoking daily and a further 13% smoking less frequently.
We discuss the new legislation surrounding marketing laws in our article, Contradictions, confusion and cop-outs: Why E-cigarette laws need reviewing.