The number of hospital admissions for people in their early 30s with alcoholic liver disease has increased by more than 400% in the North East Ė the national increase stands at 61%....
When it comes to alcohol and the liver, the general rule is that the volume and duration of consumption determines whether someone will have a problem.
Alcohol advertising is risking the lives and futures of children across the North East by encouraging them to drink early and more, according to a campaign launched today (Monday, Nov...
A conference to welcome this year\'s Alcohol Awareness Week and to highlight the second hand harms of alcohol across the North East has been hailed a success.
Our latest conference, Enough is Enough: Calling Time on Second Hand Harm, is taking place on Friday 11th November.
The British Government should follow Scotlandís lead and commit to introduce an alcohol minimum pricing bill.
Stormont needs to move urgently to stop supermarkets selling cheap booze, the body which represents Ulsterís pubs has said.
The Stormont Executive is pressing ahead with plans which could see a minimum price of 40-50p per unit of alcohol introduced in Northern Ireland, in a bid to tackle binge-drinking.
Colin Shevills comments on student night set to hit the North East.
Alcohol Concern releases report on relationship between off-licence density and alcohol-related hospital admissions.