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Several countries have now have lodged its objections to the minimum pricing of alcohol proposed by the UK earlier this year.
Methanol-laced hard liquor has killed more than 20 people in the Czech Republic and Poland
A Finnish non-profit organization has made a video that aims to reduce parents' use of alcohol by helping them understand the harm it causes to their children.
Eurocare has submitted its input to the WHO consultation on global action plan for the prevention and control of NCDs 2013-2020.
This Sunday, September 9, the 9th day of the 9th month, is International Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders day, prenatal exposure to alcohol is the leading cause of mental disabilities and birth defects in Europe
6 September 2012. The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that a description, indicating reduced acidity levels, constitutes a health claim which is prohibited in relation to alcoholic beverages.
Eurocare fully supports the planned introduction of minimum pricing in Scotland and similar plans by other governments within the United Kingdom.
The UK Government has notified the European Commission about Scotland’s intention to introduce a 50 pence minimum price for alcohol.
In a groundbreaking decision, the Australian Advertising Standards Bureau, ruled that comments by members of the public, are to be regarded as advertisements for the brand behind the page.
In July, Russia implemented new regulations on alcohol marketing, and is planning to expand to a complete ban from January 1 2013.