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25th June 2015
Drinkaware response to Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) statistics on alcohol related hospital admissions
In response to Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) statistics on alcohol related hospital admissions, published (25th June 2015), Dr Sarah Jarvis, Medical Advisor for alcohol education charity Drinkaware, says:
29th May 2015
Around 3.4 million middle aged drinkers sleepwalking into health problems, reveals Drinkaware
Around 3.4 million middle aged people are revealed by alcohol education charity Drinkaware as the nation’s hidden drinkers, regularly drinking above the lower risk limits* despite many recognising the potential health harms.
19th May 2015
Drinkaware team up with Radio 1 DJ MistaJam to launch new campaign across the North West
A new Drinkaware advertising campaign aimed at tackling the issue of sexual harassment on drunken nights out, and featuring BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ MistaJam, launches this week in cinemas, bars and clubs, and online in the North West.
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.
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Drinkaware in the news
- 29th May 2015 | Mail Online UK How the middle-aged now have the biggest drink problem of all: People aged between 45 and 64 are the nation's 'hidden drinkers'
- 29th May 2015 | The Guardian Middle-aged are riskier drinkers than young adults, study finds
- 29th May 2015 | The Times Middle-age hangover: biggest drinkers are aged 45-64