Smoking in all public places has been banned in England since July 2007, and a study found that there has been a significant decline in emergency admissions due to asthma linked to the legislation. The prevalence of asthma in England is one of the highest in the world, affecting almost six percent of the population. The researchers based their findings on the number of emergency admissions for asthma among people aged 16 and above in England between April 1997 and December 2010. They found that 502,000 adults with asthma were admitted as emergencies during the study period, with more admissions […]Continue reading Smoking Ban Reduces Emergency Admissions for Asthma
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