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04/03/2016 - Psychotic cannabis users risk hospital stays
People with psychosis who take cannabis have a 50% increased chance of being hospitalised, researchers warned today. More

18/01/2016 - Anti-craving hormones to be tested
Hormones that could reduce cravings for food, tobacco and alcohol are to be tested in a British research project. More

15/01/2016 - Music videos expose teens to alcohol and tobacco
Music videos that depict smokers and alcohol drinkers should be subjected to the same classification used to regulate film and TV, according to a public health expert today. More

08/01/2016 - Alcohol guidelines cut limits for men, pregnant women
Tough new guidelines on alcohol consumption are launched across the UK today. More

29/12/2015 - COPD campaign aims to catch New Year
More than a million people are now living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to figures published today. More

03/12/2015 - Alcohol adds to European health inequality
Health inequality in many European countries may owe much to alcohol-related conditions, researchers have reported. More

23/11/2015 - Impulsivity when drunk linked to genes
A new genetic mutation has been identified which appears to be linked to impulsive and reckless behaviour after consuming alcohol. More

07/10/2015 - Pregnancy alcohol advice "inconsistent"
The question of whether pregnant women should abstain totally from alcohol continued to divide experts today. More

28/09/2015 - Study pinpoints genes linked to smoking - and smoking protection
A major UK study has pin-pointed genes that help some people avoid the ill-effects of smoking, it was announced today. More

10/09/2015 - Why pregnancy quitting does not last
Many women smokers give up tobacco during pregnancy - but the stress of motherhood means most resume the habit quickly, British researchers warned today. More

09/09/2015 - Smoking impacts multiple sclerosis outcome
Patients with multiple sclerosis are at raised risk of their disease progressing if they continue to smoke, new research suggests. More

08/09/2015 - Anti-smoking drug side-effects not found
There is no evidence of serious side effects from a popular drug used to help smokers quit tobacco, according to a new analysis. More

24/08/2015 - Tobacco chewing's global toll
The growing habit of chewing tobacco is taking thousands of lives worldwide, according to a new study. More

24/08/2015 - Elderly drinking too much - study
Many elderly people are drinking alcohol at "unsafe" levels, researchers claimed today. More

19/08/2015 - Alcohol's cancer risk
Drinking even small amounts of alcohol could slightly raise the risk of some cancers in women, researchers warn today. More

19/08/2015 - E-cigarettes aid quitting - official report
E-cigarettes can help smokers quit smoking, according to an official report published today. More

30/07/2015 - Red wine may prevent bowel cancer - when non-alcoholic
A glass of non-alcoholic red wine a day could have a powerful effect in preventing bowel cancer, according to research published last night. More

24/07/2015 - Middle age success leads to drink - study
People who are middle-aged and successfully middle class face a high risk of developing harmful drinking habits, researchers warn today. More

07/07/2015 - Drinking alcohol while pregnant ‘common’
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy is common among women in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia – especially if they are also smokers, researchers warn today. More

15/05/2015 - How smoking reprograms DNA
Smoking tobacco causes widespread changes to the body's DNA, effectively reprogramming it, British researchers reported yesterday. More

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