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Both smokers and non-smokers are dubious about the chances of stopping smoking without treatment.
HOUSE PRICES Being a smoker can affect the value and saleability of your house, particularly if your prospective purchasers are one of the 76% of Welsh non-smokers.
Our position as EDEK is that we must totally ensure the protection of public health and the rights of non-smokers," Sizopoulos explained yesterday.
NON-SMOKERS are being forced to breathe in a cigarette's worth of poison EVERY HOUR in Ulster pubs, The People can reveal.
At the moment, a smoker of Jack's age pays up to 40 per cent more for life cover than a non-smoker of the same age.
The report confirms what non-smokers have long suspected: ETS is not just an annoyance, it's a "pollutant.
We were able to show that the risk of smokers for cardiovascular diseases is more than twice that of non-smokers.
A 30-year-old male non-smoker taking pounds 150,000 worth of life cover over 25 years would save an average of pounds 1725, while a non-smoking woman of the same age would save pounds 1020.
When a person quits smoking, they can eventually be placed in the non-smoker category and enjoy lower life insurance quotes.
On the other hand a non-smoker will be able to gain from the scheme by opting for an alternative benefit to the same value.
Smokers usually vow to quit due to deteriorating health (68 per cent), the effect it has on family (19 per cent) or to please their non-smoker partner (five per cent).
The study found that a 30year-old male non-smoker can expect to live, on average, until he is around 82However, if the man smokes, he can expect to live 5.