Campaign to help stub out smoking

Campaign to help stub out smoking
 

0 Have your say Families and friends in North Tyneside are being challenged to stop smoking as part of Stoptober.
The smoking rate in the north east has fallen from 29 per cent of people smoking in 2005 to 18.7 per cent last year, with 500,000 of the 2.5million smokers who tried to quit last year being successful.
Stoptober – the mass quitting challenge from Public Health England – starts on October 1.
Ailsa Rutter, director of Fresh, said: “Most smokers would like to be able to quit and every quit attempt is different. Even if you have tried before but failed, give it another go this... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 31
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