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Every year, thousands of people manage to stop smoking so you can do it too.
Alcohol, tobacco, illicit drug use and sexual risk taking are among the major problems affecting the health and wellbeing of young adults in England.
Fake cigarettes are often made by very poor workers in bad conditions who have sometimes been illegally trafficked and are forced to make these products.
Some medicines, including some common painkillers, can harm your baby's health.
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South Yorkshire Tobacco Control Collaborative, are urging smokers to keep their homes smokefree to help keep their pets fit and well.
The smoke free legislation does not require the creation of shelters for smokers and an owner of premises cannot be compelled to make such provision. However, it is likely that some businesses will want to build shelters to accommodate people who work on or visit the premises and who can no longer be allowed to smoke inside their buildings.