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Go alcohol free and reap the benefits

Go alcohol free and reap the benefits

With drinking at an all-time high during the coronavirus pandemic , more people than ever are becoming sober curious. As well as Dry January, Sober October is becoming a regular calendar event for those individuals who recognise the benefits of going alcohol-free. The...
Alcohol and cancer risk

Alcohol and cancer risk

The link between drinking alcohol and cancer is well documented. There is a strong scientific consensus that alcohol can indeed cause several types of cancer [1,2]. The evidence indicates that the more alcohol a person drinks – particularly the more alcohol a person...
Stress and alcohol don’t mix

Stress and alcohol don’t mix

The stresses of the last 20 months have seen many of us reach for another alcoholic drink as a means of ‘coping’, forgetting our worries and numbing any concerns. Official data from Public Health England suggests that almost one million people across England have...
Alcohol and breast cancer risk

Alcohol and breast cancer risk

As companies roll out pink beer and cocktails in October to raise awareness of breast cancer, Alcohol Awareness next month is urging us all to remember the link between drink and the disease. The charity behind Alcohol Awareness week, Alcohol Change UK, says that an...