This Public Health Expert blog briefly reviews the case for the prioritisation by the new Government of a law for smokefree cars carrying children.
This letter published in the New Zealand Medical Journal, asks:
ASPIRE2025 was delighted to have many of our researchers present their work at the Oceania Tobacco Control Conference from 17-19 October 2017.
Outdoor sports facilities with stands are a potential priority area for smokefree policies, given that people can be in relatively close proximity to each other and so can be exposed to s
Local outdoor smokefree action is rapidly growing around New Zealand.
A new Action Plan was launched by one of New Zealand’s great tobacco control champions – Dame Tariana Turia – at Parliament on August 2.
This new study of the smokefree signs at 63 New Zealand playgrounds has found that less than half of the playgrounds (44 per cent) had any such signs.
The Achieving Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025 plan (ASAP) has been launched today at Parliament Buildings, Wellington, by a collaboration of experts, community organisations and he
This new research suggests young people more often discourage smoking among their peers than encourage it.
New evidence shows one in five children continue to be exposed to smoking in cars, and that exposure even increased in 2015.
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