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E-smoking in the workplace and its implications

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.

E-smoking in the workplace and its many implications

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.

Mayo pharmacists launch quit smoking service

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As Lent gets into full swing, many people will be trying to kick their smoking habit.

Switch your smoking habits to a healthier and more environmentally friendly option with My Brand.ie

Experience a whole new way of smoking without all the harmful chemicals associated with traditional cigarettes, with My Brand, the environmentally friendly electronic cigarette.

Galway hospitals become smoke-free zones

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From yesterday, Galway University Hospitals (GUH) has introduced a smoke free campus policy on National No Smoking Day which means that patients and visitors will no longer be allowed to smoke in areas near the entrance and must leave the grounds to do so.

New smoking ban proposal is most welcome

Minister for Health Dr James Reilly must be commended for proposing to introduce groundbreaking legislation which will ban smoking in cars where children are present.

Intellicig now at McGorisks

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The Intellicig, a remarkable new substitute for smoking tobacco products, is now available at McGorisks Pharmacy, Athlone.

Kick the habit with acupuncture

Acupuncture treatment is a very powerful tool for removing smoking addiction. It is a very effective and reliable method for quitting smoking, which has no side effects at all.

Fifth class Castlebar students scoop top prizes in no-smoking competition

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At an event in the Croke Park Conference Centre this week, Minister Aine Brady, newly appointed Minister of State for Older People and Health Promotion, awarded a first place prize to winning students Emma Horan, Sinead Mangan, and Roisin McEvoy and second place prize to student Khansa Akhtar, all from St Angela’s National School, Castlebar, at the inaugural Irish Cancer Society competition.

Mayo struggling to stub out smoking

New research from Aviva reveals that approximately 20 per cent of those completing an online health check and who admit to smoking are from Mayo.

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