As workplace social events continue to be an area of concern, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) is urging businesses to reassess their approach to alcohol.
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Dry is the new high
Dry is the new high among young people who are shunning alcohol, researchers have found.
Heart pill may aid alcohol moderation
A heart disease treatment, shown to curb booze binges in mice, could offer hope for drinkers struggling to moderate.
Drinkers avoid alcohol in a third of pub visits
New research shows almost a third of pub visits in the UK are now alcohol-free – and more than half of adults want to cut down on booze.
Smaller wine glasses ‘make people drink less’
Restricting glass size reduces alcohol consumption and could help prevent booze-related disease, researchers have found.
Low and no drinks may increase alcohol to up sales
Alcohol strength in the low/no drinks category could be on the rise to encourage more people to imbibe less.
Rise in booze deaths and disease predicted after pandemic
Dangerous drinking levels may have reached the point of no return among boozers who upped their intake during the pandemic.
Heaviest drinkers down more under Scottish minimum unit pricing trial
Heavy drinkers in Scotland are swallowing higher booze prices aimed at curbing excess, a new study shows.
Army backs addiction recovery programme
Soldiers battling alcohol and gambling problems are being offered support to quit their habit. The British Army is funding the programme Project Reset run by the charity Humankind that works to improve the lives of those with addiction and related issues. So far the...