Smoking is the single greatest cause of preventable illness and premature death in the UK and is a major cause of health inequalities. The health impact of smoking extends beyond smokers, as there are many heath effects of second hand smoking (SHS). Further information about smoking can be found in the Local Tobacco Control Profiles for England produced by Public Health England.

Smoking Prevalence

This section includes data on prevalence of smoking among adults and across socio-economic groups.

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Smoking at Time of Delivery

This includes a summary of the number of women who were smoking at the time of delivery by CCG.

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Smoking Prevalence among Young People

This section includes data from the 'What about YOUth' Survey, the West Sussex Lifestyle Survey of 14 and 15 year olds, as well as modelled estimates of smoking at small geographies.

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Smoking Attributable Mortality

This section presents the smoking attributable mortality rate (directly-age standardised) for adults over 35 years.

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