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TV doctor backs VApril quit smoking campaign

Dr Christian Jessen is fronting a campaign encouraging smokers to try out vaping to help them quit

Provide e-cigarettes on prescription, PHE urges

The PHE review of e-cigarette use has found that the smoking substitute poses “a small fraction” of the health risks associated with smoking

Pharmacies cautioned on e-cigarette sales to under-18s

Pharmacies were found to have sold e-cigarettes and vaping liquids to young people in a series of trading standards inspections

E-cigarettes – an update

The EU Tobacco Directive came into force on 20 May for e-cigarettes without a licence

Stubbing out the habit

The smoking cessation market is changing and with so many options now available in and out of the pharmacy, offering the right advice will be key

Tobacco harm reduction and a changing market

What’s the latest in the fast developing category of nicotine replacement therapy and smoking cessation?

Do e-cigarettes have a place in pharmacy?

It’s a rapidly growing, but controversial, market

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Gearing up for the flu vaccination 2018-19

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Love Your Liver week: deaths from liver disease soaring

Some 60,000 adults in the UK have liver disease, yet almost 75 per cent of these don’t know they are affected

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Managing overheads: The devil in the detail

Have you checked your bank statement lately? Making small changes can add up to big savings on everyday bills, suggests ...

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Invest in pharmacists to improve access to medicines, FIP urges

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