Number of people using NHS services to quit smoking down as use of e-cigarettes rises

Number of people using NHS services to quit smoking down as use of e-cigarettes rises
 

FEWER people are using NHS services in an attempt to quit smoking amid a rise in e-cigarette use, new figures show.
There were 64,736 attempts to give up smoking made with the help of cessation services in 2015/16, down 5% from 67,935 the previous year.
The uptake is about 7% of the estimated 932,000 adult smokers in Scotland, with 24% smoke-free after one month, according to carbon monoxide testing.
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4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 39
Source: Daily Record
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