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Smokers have been urged to kick the habit for good as health chiefs insist the benefits begin just 20 minutes after stubbing out the last cigarette.
The Irish Heart Foundation has welcomed the 50c budget increase in the price of a packet of cigarettes but warned more must be done to put tobacco and e-cigarettes out of the purchasing reach of young people.
The HSE National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP), Healthy Ireland and partners, have launched a SunSmart campaign, supporting people with simple ways in which they can enjoy the sun safely, while protecting themselves and their family.
We are all well accustomed to the smoking ban brought in a number of years ago. It is not illegal to smoke e-cigarettes. It would seem likely that e-smoking will be banned more generally in public buildings and perhaps other buildings.
Looking for Cuban cigars for that celebratory occasion? Searching for a unique gift? Perhaps the retro look of the pipe is what is wanted? VTS Galway's newest store is the city's one stop smoke shop for these products and much more.
THE CORONAS, one of Ireland's best loved bands, and no strangers to Galway, were ulikley to let the year pass withouyt heading west and today they announced two shows for the Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, in November.
The Irish Cancer Society has welcomed the latest research that shows only eight per cent of young people aged between 10 and 17 smoke, and says that these statistics show Ireland can become tobacco-free.
The benefits of quitting smoking are numerous - from reducing the risk of heart attack, to an increase in energy levels. Lent is well underway, and with many people trying to quit smoking during this period, the Laya Healthcare health and wellness team have some helpful advice to ensure success.
Due to ongoing public demand, the highly successful Geoff Anthony Stop Smoking Clinic returns to the Abbey Hotel, Roscommon on Sunday February 22 and the Creggan Hotel, Athlone on Monday February 23.
A new quit smoking support service, launched by the HSE just in time for the many thousands of Irish smokers who are hoping to stub out once and for all this January, could help quitters to double their chances of curbing their deadly habit for good.