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Vermont announces free or discounted nicotine patches and gum

Vermont announces free or discounted nicotine patches and gum

Call for Western Australian government to introduce tough legislation to discourage smoking

Call for Western Australian government to introduce tough legislation to discourage smoking

England has witnessed the fastest growth in obesity in Europe

England has witnessed the fastest growth in obesity in Europe

Smoking a lot more harmful than previously thought

Smoking a lot more harmful than previously thought

Concealment by British American tobacco industries

Concealment by British American tobacco industries

Tobacco-related illnesses costs Ilinois $6.7 billion annually

Tobacco-related illnesses costs Ilinois $6.7 billion annually

Smoking causes diseases in nearly every organ of the body

Smoking causes diseases in nearly every organ of the body

UK House of Commons Health Committee publishes its long-awaited Report on obesity

UK House of Commons Health Committee publishes its long-awaited Report on obesity

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights files complaints against air filtration companies

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights files complaints against air filtration companies

Data from Indiana youth health survey released

Data from Indiana youth health survey released

WHO to tackle heart disease, diabetes, cancers, road safety as well as diseases

WHO to tackle heart disease, diabetes, cancers, road safety as well as diseases

Teenagers most vulnerable to the addictive lure of cigarettes

Teenagers most vulnerable to the addictive lure of cigarettes

Nicotine remains one of the most addictive drugs ever used

Nicotine remains one of the most addictive drugs ever used

Public health groups strongly support bipartisan FDA tobacco legislation

Public health groups strongly support bipartisan FDA tobacco legislation

New study of tumor genetics may help to treat patients with head and neck cancer

New study of tumor genetics may help to treat patients with head and neck cancer

Canadian Statement to the World Health Assembly focuses on AIDS

Canadian Statement to the World Health Assembly focuses on AIDS

One person per week dies in British hospitality industry from passive smoking

One person per week dies in British hospitality industry from passive smoking

Exposure to nicotine may change adolescents' brains and behavior

Exposure to nicotine may change adolescents' brains and behavior

UK Government running out of excuses for not acting to implement a ban on smoking in public places

UK Government running out of excuses for not acting to implement a ban on smoking in public places

100,000 fewer New Yorkers smoking

100,000 fewer New Yorkers smoking