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  1. E-cigarettes will be prescribed on the NHS for the first time in the New Year but ministers are said to have tried to keep the move quiet over fears that GPs would be overrun by people demanding them. Doctors will soon be able to hand out the device to smokers who want to quit, a move that will reportedly cost the NHS in the region of £20 per kit and £10 a week for each patient's cartridges. But public health minister Jane Ellison is said to have hoped that the government could keep the news under wraps until the e-cigarettes are available via prescription in 2016. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3348012/First-e-cigarettes-prescribed-NHS-New-Year.html#ixzz3uKQQm9aG
  2. 'E-cigarettes are more harmful than regular tobacco with (up to) 10 times the level of cancer-causing carcinogens, Japanese scientists have claimed' http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/new-research-japan-claims-e-cigarettes-contain-10-times-amount-carcinogens-regular-tobacco-1476932
  3. http://news.sky.com/story/1373772/e-cigarettes-linked-to-more-than-100-fires
  4. What exactly do the ASA require of e-cig manufacturers... ? They are limited to what they can say because of the ban on advertising cigarettes. However, when the advertisement below was aired, there was a complaint from "1" member of the public who complained that it "enticed people to 10 Motives" site because IT didn't say what the product was !!
  5. purchased starter pack from this company and on 7th august £28.95 deducted from my bank account for refills. although i had no knowledge of this i accepted it as part of t & c,s. items have never arrived and despite numerous ignored emails and calling a telephone number which is never answered i am no further forward. any help appreciated
  6. https://www.google.com/search?q=indonesia+children+smoking
  7. dear all. I`m due to fly to Poland, country I came from with visit. I`m planning bring about 10 000 cigarettes back. Based on information on custom website there is no limit on them from eu country, but if someone have more than 800 they will be asking questions. which is ok, cigarettes are for myself, but burden to prove it is on me. Facts are as follow: last time I been to Poland in dec 2010 never been stopped by customs What kind of questions should I expect? how likely is that they will seize all my cigarettes? Should I go through red channel ? how can I prove that they for myself? I smoke about 40-50 a day, don`t know when will be my next trip to Poland where they costs a lot less than in the UK. I lived in the Uk for 8 years now. I don`t wan`t any trouble with customs at the airport. Thanks
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