The Europe Union (EU) is not quite following the Australian lead on new tobacco legislation with its new regulations which came effect on 20 May 2016. Rather than following the Australian laws which introduced...

Drinking alcohol while pregnant is common, ranging from 20% to 80% among those questioned in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, reveals a study of almost 18,000 women. The research found in Volume...

Inside an e-cigarette More research is needed into the effectiveness of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), although emerging research suggests the method is an effective way to reduce or quit smoking,...

Smoking rates in young people fall following point-of-sale tobacco display ban, study Smoking rates in Australia among young people aged 12-24 years fell from 15 per cent to 11 per cent in the 24 months...

Inside an e-cigarette People attempting to quit smoking without professional help were approximately 60 per cent more likely to report succeeding if they used e-cigarettes than if they used willpower alone...

Inside an e-cigarette Once quitting smoking was simply a matter of a patch, gum or tablet, but new research from Mintel sees smokers in the UK increasingly turning to E-cigarettes to beat the habit, with...

The Australian Food and Grocery Council has announced its support for the establishment of a new National Preventative Health Agency (NPHA), part of a bill reintroduced to Federal Parliament this week. The...