The pandemic has made many people reassess their lifestyles and successful quitting attempts have been increasing. In Greater Manchester, the
Smokers face an increased risk of developing complications if they catch coronavirus, according to new data released by King’s College.
Smokers in Greater Manchester are urged to quit to protect themselves against respiratory illness as rising COVID-19 infection rates threaten
To mark No Smoking Day Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service have issued a warning statement to the public regarding people who carelessly discard cigarettes.
‘We WILL end tobacco harm’: Manchester History Makers’ defiant no smoking campaign reaches The Arndale Centre
A UK-first walk-through smoke screen is at the Manchester Arndale to help ‘Make Smoking History’.
The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), the executive department responsible for regulating medicine and medical devices in the UK, approved the use of e-cigarettes as a tool for quitting smoking.
Optical health in Manchester is amongst the lowest in the country according to new statistics – but Vision Express is hoping to rectify that by offering free eye tests from their ‘Vision Van’ in the city centre.
Manchester’s LGBT Foundation is teaming up with leading health professionals working in tobacco control in a bid to ‘bring smoking out of the closet’.
Stub it out to stop kids sparking up: Stockport Council seek residents’ views on smoke-free play areas
Studies suggest that children are more likely to take up smoking if they’re regularly exposed to it so the council’s aim is to lessen the exposure of second-hand smoke.
Don’t bin it, donate it: that’s the message from Salford Royal today as they launch their new campaign urging 50,000 Salford smokers to hand in their empty packs.
Manchester teens are doing their bit to stub out smoking amongst their peers after Action on Smoking on Health (ASH) figures revealed 18,000 young people take up cigarettes each year in the region.