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25th March 2015
In response to the publication of the World Cancer Research Fund International’s Continuous Update Project
In response to the publication of the World Cancer Research Fund International’s Continuous Update Project (CUP) which highlights that three alcoholic drinks a day can cause liver cancer, Dr Sarah Jarvis, Medical Advisor for alcohol education charity Drinkaware, says:
2nd March 2015
Do you know what's in your glass?
‘What’s in your glass?’ kits developed by alcohol education charity Drinkaware will continue to be available across Berkshire following a successful pilot initiative rolled out across the area.
16th February 2015
Cambridgeshire: Do you know what's in your glass?
Cambridgeshire residents are measuring their alcohol and finding out exactly what is in their glass by picking up a free ‘What’s in Your Glass?’ kit from pharmacies.
13th February 2015
Response to ONS statistics on drinking habits amongst adults in Great Britain
In response to ONS statistics on drinking habits amongst adults in Great Britain, published 13th February 2015.
16th January 2015
Stress driving Brits to break New Year's Resolutions to cut down on alcohol, reveals Drinkaware
At a time of year when many people cut down on alcohol, research by alcohol education charity Drinkaware reveals that stress contributed to more than a third of people (36%) breaking their New Year’s resolution to drink less.
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Drinkaware in the news
- 25th March 2015 | The Guardian Consuming three alcoholic drinks a day may cause liver cancer
- 16th February 2015 | The Guardian Should you be worried about your student son or daughter's drinking?
- 12th February 2015 | Daily Express Alcohol deaths in the UK are at their lowest level since 2000