This Blue Monday new Drinkaware research shows that a large proportion of people who drink alcohol due so to forget their problems, cheer themselves up when in a bad mood and because it helps when they feel depressed or nervous.
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Drinkaware responds to University of Cambridge study on alcohol and cancer links.
According to a new Drinkaware / YouGov survey , which looks at adult drinking patterns in the UK, almost half (47%) of men between 35 and 75 who drink alcohol do so to fit in, be liked or to not feel left out; compared to only just over a third (36%) of women of the same age. Worryingly, half…
Drinkaware’s response to the Supreme Court’s decision on minimum unit pricing in Scotland, 15 November 2017.
Almost three quarters (72%) of 18-24 year old men and women who drink in bars, clubs or pubs surveyed said that they had seen sexual harassment* on a night out. 79% of women said they expected inappropriate comments, touching and behaviour to take place when they went out – either to themselves or…