Tuesday, 12 December, 2017

Tag: smoking

“If there is something good that came from all of this, it is that I suddenly stopped smoking, without needing pills or anything like that. It’s over!” said Banderas, 56

A test showed that the baby had the drug present in her bloodstream

He said that many of his neighbours had recognised him on the packets

Even e-cigarettes may be harmful to the eyes

Comprehensive study of 27,993 European mothers and children

Do it for the dog

Harvard report says coffee can reduce the risks of diabetes, cardiovascular illness, neurological disease and even suicide

The Spanish imagine they’re the healthiest of them all thanks to their Mediterranean diet. But with over half the populace officially fat and unfit, does the looking glass lie? Iona Napier investigates

Sat outside a Spanish cafe, two Romanian men laugh as the child drinks beer and puffs on a cigarette

Smokers stubbing out habit between 2009 and 2014, new study shows

Sales from the first half of 2015 register a 2.4% decrease from 2014

We all know that it’s not healthy for you to smoke, but few people know that it can also affect your vision

SMOKING is the number one killer in Spain, killing more than AIDS, alcohol, illegal drugs and traffic accidents collectively. A report on premature mortality lead by the Castilla y León regional health office revealed that...

Over 33% of Spain's men and one quarter of women are smokers

Spain is biggest consumer of non alcohol beer in the world

Spanish study reveals electronic cigarettes inhibit lung function just as much as regular cigarettes

Smoking bans leads to five per cent drop in workforce smokers while consumption also falls

Smoking ban leads to five per cent drop in number of workers lighting up, according to study

78 per cent are against smoking in bars, according to study

Raymond Prats from Simplecare warns people to take heed of leg pains…

The Olive Press meets anti-smoking campaigner Carol Adams from Stop Smoking in Spain

Mystery surrounding why smokers gain weight after quitting may have been solved

Exhibition using real body parts allows the public a graphic view of how our bodies work

EXCLUSIVE: Controversial anti-smoking drug Champix is widely available over the counter, despite suicide risk

Health Ministry announces it will not be making any changes to the laws brought in last January

When Paul Whitelock moved to live in the Serranía de Ronda there were just three things he did not like about the place. The acento andaluz, smoking in bars and the beer. Oh, and the bureaucracy ...!




PALMA street artists and performers will soon need a license to work in the capitol. Those who wish to to perform music or magic, or...
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