Quit Smoking for Ramadan 2018
Published at 10 May, 2018.
Ramadan is one of the most important events of the Islamic calendar as it is a time for fasting, praying, forgiveness and purification. It is seen as a time to start positive habits, making it an ideal time to stop smoking.
April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
Published at 16 April, 2018.
Throughout April, charities are working hard to raise awareness about bowel cancer!
Help people make informed decisions when they want to quit smoking
Published at 29 March, 2018.
NICE and Public Health England have published updated guidelines for health practitioners and stop smoking services on the best ways to help people quit smoking.
Yorkshire smokers urged to quit by using e-cigarettes
Published at 14 March, 2018.
Smokers across Yorkshire are being urged to quit with the help of e-cigarettes as part of a campaign announced by Yorkshire Cancer Research on Wednesday, March 14.
Yorkshire Smokefree Region Beats Nationwide Average For Successful Quits
Published at 13 March, 2018.
The annual report published by NHS Digital presents results from the monitoring of the NHS Stop Smoking Services in England during the period April 2017 to September 2017. Included within this report are the local areas covered by Yorkshire Smokefree and we are delighted to reveal the results.
Calderdale Stop Smoking Specialist Achieves ASIST Master Trainer Status
Published at 12 March, 2018.
The Yorkshire Smokefree Team enjoys celebrating success, so we are delighted to announce that our Calderdale Stop Smoking Specialist, Susan Jones, has recently achieved ASIST master trainer status.
Geoff Stopped Smoking with Yorkshire Smokefree Calderdale - This is his Story
Published at 06 March, 2018.
We'd like to congratulate Geoff on his successful quit and thank him for sharing his story so openly.
ASH welcomes new Public Health England Report on E-Cigarettes
Published at 12 February, 2018.
Action on Smoking and Health has strongly welcomed a new report on e-cigarettes, produced by independent experts for Public Health England.  The report updates the evidence on e-cigarette use among adults and young people; their effectiveness as an aid to quitting by smokers; the risks to health compared to smoking and public understanding of those risks. PHE goes on to urge smokers and public bodies to act on the evidence.