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Today sees the raising of the age limit for buying cigarettes from 16 to 18. It is estimated that 9% of 11-15-year-olds smoke and this legislation is aimed at reducing the number of young people…
 
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Public Health England has updated adult smoking prevalence data in theTobacco Control Profiles. It shows a continued decline in smoking in all Tees Valley local authority areas, although rates…
 
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Tobacco control profiles are available for PCTs and LAs. They look at mortality, admissions, cancer registration, smoking prevalence and stop smoking interventions. Trend data are also available
 
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The 2006/07 report on Stop Smoking Services in England provides data to PCT level. Highlights show that Co Durham & Tees Valley has the best quit rate in England and nationally the cost per quitter…
 
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PHE has made many updates to the Public Health Outcomes Framework Data Tool, the Tobacco control profiles have been refreshed and the Longer Lives website now includes mortality data for 2010-12.
 
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New reseach published by the Public Library of Science shows that the combination of 4 healthy lifestyle factors (not smoking, moderate alcohol intake, physical activity and 5-a-day fruit & veg…
 
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Nationally produced Tobacco Control Profiles have been updated. As well as spine charts, the on-line profiles allow users to view maps, trends and bar charts for a range of indicators.
 
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Reports on the BBC website highlight figures that show a reduction in heart attack admissions in Scotland since smoking in public places was banned. Several other measurable benefits are also…
 
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Without knowing it, by the time we reach our 40s and 50s many of us will have dramatically increased our chances of becoming ill later in life. By providing tools, support and encouragement, One You…
 
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The latest data shows nearly one quarter of babies were born to mothers who smoked throughout their pregnancy in South Tees - twice the England average. In Darlington, one-in-five mothers smoked…
 
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