Stoptober is a massively successful NHS campaign which was set in place to encourage as many of the UK’s 10 million smokers to give up. The idea behind Stoptober came from research which suggested that those who were able to give up for one month were far more likely to remain a non-smoker than those who stopped for less time.
So we wanted to find out what really annoyed vapers, you know what drove them crazy about vaping. Below are 6 annoyances that drive vapers crazy:
You can find apps for virtually anything now-a-days from ones that help you at the gym to others that help you locate your car if you forgot where you parked it at a busy shopping centre. Whilst browsing though the Google Play Store I came across a few vaping apps that that I thought I would share…
Fascinating NHS data has revealed that people living in Manchester are the most likely to commit to giving up smoking and the least likely to succeed.
The data shows that last year 21,718 people stopped smoking and only 3,764 succeeded. The data has however been called into question by Manchester’s Stop Smoking Service which argues that the figures are not up-to-date and that the way the figures are monitored could be improved.
The University of Rochester New York has been given 2.1 million dollars to spend on research into e cigarettes. The State Attorney General has called for drastic measures to be taken in relation to the sale of e cigarettes and in April the Federal Agency proposed treating them as tobacco products to be taxed and sold as such.
Many adults with addictions to tobacco or alcohol will attempt to justify their bad habits but the question “which is worse, drinking or smoking?” is a common and an interesting one worthy of some thought.
The Latest Crazy Method To Get Drunk
Creative ways to ingest alcohol are nothing new…but like many of the other odd ways people have dreamed up to get intoxicated, “vaping alcohol” is very dangerous. The trend has swept across bars and student digs across the country and many participants are ignorant of the effects of it.
Who Wants To Ban Indoor Vaping
The World Health Organisation (WHO) have expressed a desire that vaping should be banned indoors. Despite the fact the E-cigarettes produce only vapour and not smoke WHO are still stating that the helpful devices should not be allowed to be used indoors.
A recent survey in the US has revealed that around 10% of US cancer survivors were found to be still smoking an average of 15 cigarettes per day 9 years after diagnoses and treatments.
Researched Showed Patients With Bladder Cancer Were Most Likely To Smoke
The most likely to still smoke were patients who had received treatment for bladder cancer with 17% of these still smoking. Of lung cancer survivors, 15% were found to be still smoking.