A national workplace ban on smoking in Ireland resulted in an 83
percent reduction in air pollution in pubs, an 80 percent decrease
in airborne carcinogens for patrons and staff, and an improvement
in the respiratory health of bar workers, according to a one-year
Research shows 83% reduction in air pollution in Dublin
The findings of a major Irish study on the reduction in air
pollution and improvement in respiratory health of workers in Irish
pubs as a result of the workplace-smoking ban are published to
day(16th April) in the American J...
€2 million funding to increase charity led
research into rare diseases.
Mary Harney, Minister for Health and Children, will today
announce 33 novel research projects to improve patient health which
will be funded through a new joint funding scheme co-ordinated by
the Medical Research Cha...
New evidence shows the limits of a smoking ban.
ANYONE who promised, in a boozy fug of new-year righteousness,
to give up smoking in 2007 will have more than just their friends
to egg them on-the government is keen to help too. The National
Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, wh...
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