This report presents the findings of the Commission on Alcohol Harm, which was established in 2020 to examine the current evidence on alcohol harm and the changes needed to reduce this harm. The commission heard […]
In response to ONS data on alcohol-specific deaths in the UK in 2021 which found: Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, Chair of the Alcohol Health Alliance, said: “It is a national tragedy that the number of […]
This report from Balance examines the evidence of people’s drinking habits during the COVID-19 pandemic and asks what steps the Government must take to reduce alcohol harm
This study shows the effectiveness of specialist addictions nurses in general practices in the most disadvantaged areas of Glasgow in treating alcohol problems
Alcohol can harm children even before they are born. The National Organisation for FASD share why FASD Awareness Month is needed.
Top tips from the British Liver Trust about what to do if you are diagnosed with alcohol-related liver disease
Increased alcohol consumption during the pandemic, particularly amongst heavy drinkers, is likely driving an unprecedented acceleration in alcoholic liver disease deaths, according to Public Health England. Public Health England has today published the trends in […]
Around 741,000 of all new cancer cases in 2020 may be associated with drinking alcohol, according to a new study released today. The global study, published in The Lancet Oncology, estimates that 4% of all […]
Nacoa share some tips about what to do if you think your mum or dad is drinking too much
AFS and Cresh investigate whether alcohol outlet availability was associated with alcohol-related health outcomes (hospitalisations or deaths) for Scottish datazones.