Short cuts Smokers are being 'duped' by 'light' cigarette brands

The Health Education Authority has called for a ban on the use of terms such as 'light', 'ultra' and 'mild' in relation to cigarettes, following a survey that found one in five smokers thought they reduced their risk of lung cancer and heart disease. HEA smoking campaign manager Steve Woodward ...

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