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VicHealth has a long history of working with sport and the arts to promote the smokefree message and to create smokefree environments. These remain important elements of all our funded projects.
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.
There are so many ways to choose health. Try our 10 strategies for a healthier life.
VicHealth today welcomed a report that shows that plain packaging of cigarettes is stopping generations of young Australians from starting to smoke.
This is a summary of the proceedings of the VicHealth Tobacco Harm Reduction Forum held in July 2014, based on the speaker presentations and panel discussions.
VicHealth was founded with the objective of ending smoking-related illnesses and we continue to work with our partners to achieve the aim of preventing tobacco use.
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
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