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Health survey results – food for thought or more smoke and mirrors?

My enthusiasm for government health surveys is, I suspect, a rather niche interest. Yet this week’s announcement of the annual Scottish Health Survey did cause more hearts to flutter than most. 493 more words


Margaret River strip to become smoke-free zone

Margaret River is set to become the first WA town to ban smoking on its main strip after Shire of Augusta councillors passing the smoke-free zone proposal last week. 161 more words


UC joins smoke-free campuses

By: Erica Lampert ~Staff Writer~

The Board of Trustees for the University of Cincinnati (UC) voted unanimously to ban all forms of tobacco on all of their campuses on Aug. 666 more words


Fort-Worth May Soon Be Smoke Free

Residents in Fort-Worth are pushing for cleaner air in Cowtown.

While smoking was banned in most public places in Fort Worth on Jan. 1, 2008, Smoke-Free Fort Worth wants everyone to breath smoke-free air while at work. 314 more words


Stop smoking as a side effective

It is always a pleasure to hear a client say they feel so much better after they started on Homeopathy but I still stand amazed at some of the strange coincidences that occur. 372 more words

NAHRO meets with HUD PIH Leadership

NAHRO’s Acting CEO, John Bohm, and the NAHRO Policy Team members; Georgi Banna, Eric Oberdorfer and Tushar Gurjal; along with PHADA and CLPHA met with HUD’s Public and Indian Housing Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS), Lourdes Castro-Ramierz, and many of the PIH department leadership. 106 more words

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Join campaigners, researchers and policy makers for a day of learning

David Robertson, Partnerships Lead at ASH Scotland, writes about an exciting upcoming event which he is involved in organising. 571 more words

Health Inequalities