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Partner support can help pregnant women quit smoking

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Having a supportive partner can make a difference in helping pregnant women give up smoking, according to new study by a team of East Midlands researchers.
Date:
04/06/2019

Shaping the future of vaping research

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Smokers, vapers and non-smokers are being invited to help shape the future of medical research into the safety of e-cigarettes by taking part in a new online survey run by the University of Nottingham's UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies.
Date:
08/01/2019

Children and young people could be under the influence of TV alcohol advertising

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TV advertising could be responsible for encouraging young people to drink alcohol, a study led by The University of Nottingham has revealed.
Date:
06/11/2018

Tobacco content still common on UK prime time TV, despite regulations

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Tobacco content remains common on UK prime time TV, occurring in a third of all programmes, despite advertising and broadcasting regulations designed to protect children from this kind of exposure, a study led by The University of Nottingham has revealed.
Date:
15/08/2018

Love Island TV reality show viewers exposed to millions of tobacco related images

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Viewers of the popular British reality TV show, Love Island, would have been exposed to millions of tobacco related images, suggests a study led by the University of Nottingham and published online in the journal Tobacco Control.
Date:
06/02/2018

Alcohol content in YouTube music videos breaks industry codes of practice, new study finds

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Researchers have found that many popular YouTube videos viewed by young people are glamourising and normalising excessive drinking and linking it with sexual attractiveness and luxury lifestyle.
Date:
07/09/2016
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Tobacco and Alcohol research

The University of Nottingham

email:Chris Hill