Science Blog January 29, 2014 Sarah Williams
The evidence that triggered headlines about heavy drinking and melanoma isn’t strong enough to link skin cancer and alcohol.
Science Blog June 13, 2013 Chris Woodhall
The taxman has come under fire in the past week, thanks to a new report from the National Audit Office that brands HM Revenue and Customs’ efforts to curb tob...
Science Blog June 12, 2013 Alison Cox
It’s been an interesting few days for smokers intent on stopping their habit. Last week saw welcome new guidance from the National Institute for Health and Ca...
Science Blog May 31, 2013 Chris Woodhall
Today marks the World Health Organisation‘s (WHO) World No Tobacco Day – an annual event that has taken place since 1988. This year, the theme is about send...
Science Blog May 2, 2013 Alan Worsley
Next Wednesday, in a ceremony full of tradition and colour, the Queen marks the formal start of the parliamentary year. This will include a speech that sets out...
Science Blog April 17, 2013 Chris Woodhall
As we revealed last week, almost two thirds (65 per cent) of the public don’t trust the tobacco industry to make believable and independent arguments about ho...