Alcohol in the Headlines
Eurocare monitors news articles about alcohol, and every week a number of articles will be uploaded here.
ALCOHOL-RELATED harm could cost more than £1000 per person in Scotland's largest council, new figures have revealed.
The repurcussions of harmful drinking are never localised. The Salvation Army has released new research about alcohol abuse in families.
Research carried out for the Children's Commissioner for England suggests more than 90,000 babies in the UK live with a problematic drinker.
Dr Cranshaw pointed out New Zealand has the second highest rate of youth suicide in the OECD and that alcohol is the major factor in youth suicide.
Introducing a minimum price of 50p per unit of alcohol could help save 5,000 lives each year, according to new research.
Dr Nick Sheron, a liver expert at the University of Southampton, explains why we need a blood test to alert people to the harm they could be doing to their body.
A new complaints process to combat excessively cheap drink promotions in pubs and clubs comes into force this weekend.
The industry code to monitor the responsible sale of alcohol has been dr
People in Scotland are drinking less alcohol, according to an NHS report analysing retail sales.
Social networks encouraging young people to party more. 75% of surveyed 12 to 17-year-olds said seeing pictures of teens partying with alcohol or marijuana on social networking sites such as Facebo
According to the study led by researchers from the University of Milan, just one alcoholic drink a day may increase the risk of cancer, adding light drinking is estimated to be responsible for 34,0
A report has shown an increase in the prevalence of FAS in school-aged children. The rate of FAS went from 4.8 percent to 8.8 percent between 1997 and 2001 in the Wellington area of the Western Cap
Scientists are reporting the first evidence from research on people explaining how the popular beverage may be carcinogenic.
Deputies of the Saeima Social and Labour Issues Commission and Defenсe, Internal Affairs and Corruption Prevention Committee will gather on a joint meeting on Wednesday, August 22, to discuss the
Three out of the four parties in the Swedish center-right government coalition would like to allow the state liquor monopoly to take online orders and make home deliveries. But one party says no.
In a development which could impact the way brands in certain categories use Facebook, “The Australian Advertising Standards Board has ruled that Facebook is an advertising medium, and as such, c