Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Smokers’ Vote

On April 1st 2013, the provision of stop smoking services and campaigns passed from the NHS to local councils. This will mean them spending a considerable amount of taxpayer’s money on useless (NRT – Note 1) and dangerous (Champix – … Continue reading

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Second Hand Smoke = Fraudulent?

Scientists in general and epidemiologists in particular are on trial. At stake are their reputations and their good names. In fact it is far more serious than that: the reputation of higher education is also at risk. The fallout from … Continue reading

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Can Smoking Help Cardiac Arrhythmia?

A guest post by Tanya (This is Tanya’s personal story, in her own words.) There have been a number of times when doctors have been proven to be wrong: could this be another case of doctors saying what they are … Continue reading

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