The number of adult smokers in the UK is now at its lowest level since 1947 when official smoking figures started to be recorded. Figures just released and covering 2013 show that 18.7% of the adult population smoked in 2013 compared to 19.8% of the adult population who smoked in 2012.
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Monthly Archives: November 2014
Following increasing concerns over ecigarette fire safety the Government has announced a series of measures warn users of the dangers and educate them on safety precautions. This response is aimed at combatting the ever growing number fire incidents directly from or thought to be attributed to faulty or incompatible e cigarette battery chargers.
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Last year, 2013, Oxford Dictionaries name of the year was ‘selfie’ and it was no surprise as this was the word that was on everyone’s lips throughout the year. So what would be Oxford Dictionaries 2014 word of the year? Could it really be a word associated with electronic cigarettes? Have e cigarettes become so [...] Continue Reading
Leading UK electronic cigarette health professionals and experts gathered in London on Thursday along with Government, NHS and Stop Smoking services officials for the 2014 E Cigarette Summit. They were joined by e cigarette experts from around the world and e cig manufactures and enthusiasts to discuss the future of electronic cigarette legislation.
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A new report published to give guidance on the use of electronic cigarettes to all Government funded stop smoking health organisations has been released by the Smoking Cessation Centre.
Many stop smoking organisations have difficulty in deciding if e cigarettes have a role to play in quitting smoking, although they constantly hear evidence from their clients [...] Continue Reading