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Do you know when to stop?

Don’t let your night out lead to a criminal record; ensure you have ‘no regrets’ this festive season. That’s the message South Yorkshire Police is promoting as officers warn people about the dangers of alcohol-related crime and antisocial behaviour throughout the festive season. 6 more words

Utah could add 19 more liquor stores to meet population and demand

SALT LAKE CITY — A new study claims that Utah could add as many as 19 liquor stores to keep up with population growth and consumer demand. 355 more words


Keep your friends safe when they have been drinking

As the holidays approach, the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) has launched its 2016 awareness campaign on drink driving which this year addresses the entourage of drivers at risk and has a main theme “Keep your loved ones from driving if they have been drinking.”
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UK Alcohol Policy: an overview

If you are familiar with the ADAM trial you will know we are investigating whether additional support – in the forms of medication management delivered by pharmacists and contingency management – improves adherence to acamprosate medication that is prescribed for people with a diagnosis of alcohol dependence. 460 more words

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Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm 2016

The aim of the Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm (AWARH) is to raise Awareness among EU policymakers of the harm caused by alcohol.AWARH 2016 will be held from 21st to 25th November 2016. 16 more words

Facing Addiction in America

On November 17 in Los Angeles, Facing Addiction will co-host a national summit with United States Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy to release his office’s historic, first-ever report called Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health. 41 more words

Alcohol in America: What Can We Do about Excessive Drinking?

Alcohol is a legal beverage, but its misuse hurts people, costs our nation billions of dollars, and makes the public less safe. The question remains: What can we do about excessive alcohol use? 21 more words