I cut my drinking due to my breast cancer risk
As part of Breast Cancer Prevention Week, Charlie reflects on her decision to cut down on drinking to reduce her breast cancer risk.
‘It’s not what you give up, it’s what you gain’: How I reframed my life without alcohol
Reducing alcohol consumption has many positive benefits for our health. Lower alcohol intake reduces your risk of developing cancer, liver disease and diabetes, and helps improve mood, memory and quality of sleep. In this blog,… [Read More]
Alcohol in the workplace: A guide for employers
Why is it important for employers to have an effective alcohol policy in the workplace?
Four nations, 15 years: alcohol policy in Northern Ireland
How alcohol policy has changed in Northern Ireland over the last 15 years
Four nations, 15 years: alcohol policy in England
How alcohol policy has changed in England over the last 15 years
AHA in Parliament: Marking 15 years of coalition campaigning
Read a round-up of our Parliamentary event marking 15 years of the AHA’s efforts to reduce alcohol harm.
Alcohol duty explained: Cuts, inflation, and public health
Colin Angus, senior research fellow at the University of Sheffield, unpacks the relationship between alcohol duty, inflation, and the public health impact.
Finding sober spaces at university
Socialising at university can be daunting for those that prefer to avoid alcohol. In this blog, Leilani van Someren, President of the Queen Mary Sober Socials society, shares some alcohol-free freshers’ tips.
Why do we need to rethink our attitudes to alcohol?
Savannah, who lost her mum to alcohol addiction, explains why we need to address the way we talk about alcohol.
Alcohol harm and ethnicity: seminar roundup
How does alcohol harm impact different ethnic groups in the UK?