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We are a major funder of Quit Victoria and through this investment we support tobacco control activity to reduce smoking prevalence.
Anti-smoking campaigns are one of the most helpful aids in assisting former smokers to stay quit, new Cancer Council Victoria data has revealed.
VicHealth has been engaging with members of the international tobacco control community to discuss the place of a harm reduction approach as part of the Australian tobacco endgame.
New figures show Victorian businesses bear 43% of the tangible social costs of smoking
Just 1 in 20 singles willing to date a smoker: Josh quits, finds love
Health promotion foundation VicHealth has welcomed Quit Victoria’s bold new manifesto for a tobacco-free Victoria, Target 2025.
VicHealth today welcomed plans that will see outdoor dining areas become smokefree.
By Jerril Rechter, VicHealth CEO
Smoking was so common when Quit Victoria was established 30 years ago that people would light up on aeroplanes, inside restaurants, at their desks at work and even in hospitals.
By Jerril Rechter, VicHealth CEO and Todd Harper, Cancer Council Victoria Chief Executive
We’ve all seen the graphic images on cigarette packets with the tobacco company branding removed. They’re confronting, emotive and no longer appealing.
Young men are the target of a new Quit campaign, which urges smokers to ditch cigarettes now rather put off quitting until they are older and starting to feel the damage to their health.
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