A recent WHO report shows that rates of harmful alcohol consumption in Europe have not dropped as expected, even though all countries have signed the European Action Plan to Reduce the Harmful Use of Alcohol 2012–2020.
8 years after the adoption of the WHO European Action Plan on Alcohol (EAPA), the region has the highest prevalence of drinkers, heavy episodic drinking, alcohol consumption per capita, and the lowest proportion of abstainers, compared with other WHO regi
Electric scooters — or e-scooters as they’re often called — have skyrocketed in popularity over the past couple of years.
Fifty-seven percent of full-time American college students had a drink in the last month, and about 38% of those students were binge drinking, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. What influences such heavy drinking on camp
A new set of proposed regulations has split the state’s alcohol industry: breweries, wineries and distilleries that make it versus bars, hotels and restaurants that serve it.
Fewer than half of middle-aged drinkers have tried to cut back on their alcohol intake, according to new research.
A ""conversational approach"" is the most successful way of encouraging honest disclosure of drinking habits by pregnant women, a new study says.
More than one million Canadians suffer from alcohol use disorder in any given year. But most never get the professional help they need, according to researchers at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto.
A study suggests the average Canadian drinker receives more than one-tenth of their daily recommended calories from alcoholic beverages, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at the label.
The Irish government wants to ban the use of bonus or loyalty card points which would allow people to buy alcoholic drinks at a reduced price or free of charge.
Co-workers are more influential than family members or partners when it comes to encouraging staff to have more alcohol than they had intended, research has indicated.
The interest of Estonians in buying alcohol in neighbouring Latvia has decreased, as showed by the latest poll by Kantar Emor pollster, following the decisions of both Estonia and Latvia to cut their excise tax rates on alcohol.
A study by alcohol and drug dependency charity Projecte Home reveals that almost 60,000 people in the Balearics are in effect addicted to alcohol. The consumption by 58,000 of the population is ""problematic and intensive"", as they are hooked on a legal
Beyond the health risks and potential harm from drink-fuelled crime, there’s the more insidious aspect of Peak Booze: the mental baggage it has left us with.