UK Armed Forces Recruits & Smoking Behaviour

Research Paper Title Smoking Prevalence amongst UK Armed Forces Recruits: Changes in Behaviour after 3 years follow-up and Factors affecting Smoking Behaviour. Background The purpose of this study was to investigate smoking prevalence of Tri-Service recruits, and changes in smoking behaviour at 3-year follow-up, by trade group and gender. Associations with educational attainment and deprivation… Read More


Office Smokers are a Dying Species

The workplace smoker has traditionally elicited either sympathy (all that trying to light up in the rain) or the occasional tut as they trudge off for their thenth cigarette of theworking day. In the US, they are a ‘persecuted’ minority. Rival teams of doctors have squared up for a debate in journals over the number… Read More