The coronavirus pandemic has changed our everyday lives and the way we think about our health. In this blog, Dr Kieran Bunn from the Institute of Alcohol Studies explains why tackling alcohol harm should remain a priority. It is hard … Read More
Do alcohol-free drinks help or hinder the road to recovery? We asked two people from both sides of the debate to share their views.
Dr Chris Daly writes on the successful implementation of RADAR pilot in response to high levels of alcohol-related admissions to A&E.
Dr Tony Rao explains how his observations of drinking among the older population affected his medical practice
Ideas about how we can all support people in recovery or active addiction this Easter
COVID19, self-isolation and harmful drinking behaviour – what can we do to help?
What is dating like for singles in who are in recovery for alcohol use disorder? Melissa Rice, co-presenter of the BBC podcast ‘Hooked’, shares her experiences.
How population-wide policies are the most effective way of reducing alcohol harm.
A review of the Alcohol and Families Alliance Parliamentary Fair
MUP where we belong: MPs discuss minimum unit pricing On Tuesday 14 May I attended the Alcohol Health Alliance UK (AHA) reception in Westminster. It was a highly successful evening with a room packed with MPs, Peers, members of the … Read More