No Smoking for RN

The Royal Navy has become smoke-free. From January 2021, smoking on HM ships and submarines (plus the Institute of Naval Medicine and HMS Sultan) will be barred. In March 2021, that ban extends to RN training establishments and from 01 June 2021 to all remaining RN and RM bases, air stations, reserve units and the… Read More


The Reasons Why You Should Quit Smoking

Introduction No doubt, when you have strong cravings, it can be easy to ignore all the benefits you can have if you quit smoking. There is a lot of evidence that indicates that smoking is harmful to your health, but it can be pretty hard to stop this habit.  Unfortunately, any amount of smoke is… Read More

Tips To Reach Your Optimum Energy Level

Do you often feel energy-drained and tired at the end of the day or even in the middle of the day? Do not freak out as this feeling is perfectly normal. In the modern world, there is no doubt, an increase in your daily activities as you work extra hard to improve your living standards.… Read More

Tips on Keeping an Eye on Your Health Wherever You Go

Your eyes are an essential part of your body and they deserve to be taken care of. There are things that you can put in place to ensure your eyes stay healthy. How can you achieve this? Well, I will show you some simple tips that you can keep your eyes healthy always. Read on… Read More

Improving the Effectiveness of Anti-Smoking Interventions in the South Korean Military

Research Paper Title Strategic Priorities to Improve Effectiveness of Anti-smoking Interventions for the Korean Military: An Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process. Background As South Korea remains technically at war with the North, higher smoking prevalence in the military might adversely affect the South Korea’s military power and contribute to lifetime smoking in men with… Read More

Smoking & the Risk of Injury in Military Personnel

Research Paper Title The Combined Effect of Cigarette Smoking and Fitness on Injury Risk in Men and Women. Background Prior studies have identified cigarette smoking and low fitness as independent risk factors for injury; however, no studies have evaluated the combined effect of cigarette smoking and fitness on injury risk. The objective of this research… Read More

Health Change Behaviour: Do Partners Have Any Influence?

Research Paper Title The Influence of Partner’s Behaviour on Health Behaviour Change: The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Importance Couples are highly concordant for unhealthy behaviours, and a change in one partner’s health behaviour is often associated with a change in the other partner’s behaviour. However, no studies have explicitly compared the influence of having a… Read More