Alcohol-related deaths among women in the UK have reached the highest rate since 2008, statistics have shown.
A total of £10.5 million of funding is being allocated by Public Health England (PHE), to help improve the lives of adults and children impacted by alcohol.
The average American consumes double the amount of alcoholic drinks over the holidays than any other time of year, according to new research.
SantaCon is coming to town and several railroads are banning booze in hopes of reining in the holiday spirit.
A coroner is urging the Government to raise the drinking age to 20 after the death of a 19-year-old drink driver.
Motorists should abstain from alcohol completely as even a single drink could prove costly for themselves and others, the Health Promotion Unit is insisting.
The price of alcohol could rise "significantly" for Irish and British customers if the EU-UK Brexit backstop deal fails to make it through a Westminster vote and a no deal crisis occurs.
About 630,000 babies worldwide are born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) each year. They'll need care averaging $23,000 annually, new research suggests.
The Government of Canada has taken important steps to strengthen the criminal justice system to better protect Canadians from impaired driving.
Women and alcohol have a complicated relationship. When I wrote my thesis in the 1990s on how women are portrayed in advertising, I found that women were more likely to be portrayed as submissive characters to the dominant male lead.
Up to 17 per cent of children could have symptoms consistent with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) according to new research published today in Preventive Medicine.
Health warnings could be put on beer cans and other alcoholic drinks in Hong Kong as the government considers its next step in an effort to curb binge drinking.
The inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction is also recommending the government take immediate and strong action on the sale and supply of alcohol. In its report released on Monday, the panel said the government has already been presented with the eviden
The number of veterans drinking and driving has increased nearly 60% since 2014, according to a study from American Addiction Centers.