Every year, around 100,000 people die from smoking related causes. Smoking can cause lung, mouth, throat and stomach cancer, as well as increase your risk of developing coronary heart disease. Browse our useful tips and articles on how to stop smoking, the damage it does to your lungs and how much it's really costing you.
Smoking can cause lung, mouth, throat and stomach cancer, as well as increase your risk of developing coronary heart disease.
How much do you know about the way you breathe? Did you know The left lung is slightly smaller than the right?
If you’re looking to kick the habit, you aren’t alone; every year, over a million people use No Smoking Day to help them quit.
If you're a smoker in need of a little persuasion to kick the habit, then let the figures do the talking.
The annual awareness campaign turned 30 last year and this important milestone was marked with a survey.
Keeping your mind off smoking and stimulating your other senses can be the best way to stop smoking.