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15/02/2011

Misunderstanding could be putting women at risk in Sunderland...

Drinking levels viewed as perfectly acceptable by a third of North Easterners could be doubling the risk of cancer for our regionís females.

10/02/2011

Misunderstanding could be putting regionís women at risk

Drinking levels viewed as perfectly acceptable by a third of North Easterners could be doubling the risk of cancer for our regionís females.

27/01/2011

Alcohol related deaths and the General Lifestyle Survey

Colin Shevills, Director of Balance, said: ďTodayís statistics leave little doubt that in the North East we continue to have a significant problem with alcohol.

26/01/2011

North Easterners double risk of liver cirrhosis

More than a third of North Easterners are doubling their risk of liver cirrhosis by drinking too much, too often.

18/01/2011

Banning the sale of alcohol below the rate of duty and VAT

Colin Shevills, Director of Balance, said: ďTodayís Government announcement on the price of alcohol is a missed opportunity.

17/01/2011

Drinking causes damage you canít see in Durham

Almost half of all North Easterners are putting themselves at greater risk of cancers, heart attack and stroke because they are drinking too much alcohol, too often.

17/01/2011

Drinking causes damage you canít see in Gateshead

Almost half of all North Easterners are putting themselves at greater risk of cancers, heart attack and stroke because they are drinking too much alcohol, too often.

17/01/2011

Drinking causes damage you canít see in Hartlepool

Almost half of all North Easterners are putting themselves at greater risk of cancers, heart attack and stroke because they are drinking too much alcohol, too often.

17/01/2011

Drinking causes damage you canít see

Almost half of all North Easterners are putting themselves at greater risk of cancers, heart attack and stroke because they are drinking too much alcohol, too often.

17/01/2011

Drinking causes damage you canít see in Teesside

Almost half of all North Easterners are putting themselves at greater risk of cancers, heart attack and stroke because they are drinking too much alcohol, too often.