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Finnish researchers have found that professionals who work more than 48 hours-a-week are more likely to drink dangerous amounts of alcohol.
Today Mariann Skar, Eurocare Secretary General presents the lessons learned from the 6th European Alcohol Policy Conference and calls on for the new EU Alcohol Strategy at the 3rd National Alcohol Conference in Slovenia.
Research from the Alcohol Health Alliance UK (AHA) has shown that the overwhelming majority of the British public support more nutritional and health information on alcohol product labels, as well as a warning not to drink when pregnant.
Euractiv has reported on the cost of alcohol to the society and the lack of action from the EU to reduce it.
Undoubtedly, one of the most contentious topics in the New Year (2015) will be the currently negotiated Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
A new report from IOGT-NTO and the Swedish Society of Medicine examines the scientific evidence regarding the health effects of moderate alcohol consumption.
The alcohol treatment charity from Spain celebrated its 25th anniversary this year. It has now released a video to commemorate the event.
A new study released this week demonstrates how the alcohol industry has used the idea of “harm reduction” to counter effective evidence-based policies.
Jean Todt, President of the FIA, has responded to Eurocare’s open letter to address the problem of alcohol sponsorship in Formula One.
Dansk Selskab for Folkesundhed (The Danish Society for Public Health) has awarded its Public Health Prize for 2014 to Eurocare member Alkohol og Samfund (Alcohol and Society).