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On The Dry – it’s a revolution in New Year’s resolutions

The Irish Heart Foundation’s second annual On The Dry campaign supported by 2FM has attracted nearly 3,000 registrants over the Christmas period so far from people looking to make a fresh, alcohol-free start in 2016.

New lifeline for families dealing with drug and alcohol use

A new support group aims to give a lifeline to local families dealing with the impact of drug and alcohol use.

New health Bill will tackle alcohol misuse

Three people die in Ireland every day as a result of alcohol misuse. Alcohol is linked to seven types of cancer, including those of the liver, colon, and breast in women. Alcohol is a factor in one in 10 deaths before the age of 50.

Alcohol and sport – why they just don’t mix!

Cara Cunningham, Community Dietitian, HSE

Teen tipplers topping up at home are putting themselves at risk says head of local alcohol task force

The head of a regional drug and alcohol task force has warned that young people are putting themselves at risk by consuming quantities of alcohol at home before going on nights out.

Talented youngsters create new exhibition ‘You Booze You Looze’

A new exhibition from a group of talented young Galwegians is currently on display in the Galway City Library.

Youngsters create new exhibition ‘You Booze You Looze’

A new exhibition from a group of talented young Galwegians is currently on display in the Galway City Library.

Alcohol awareness campaign criticised

Retired GP and former GAA president, Dr Mick Loftus from Crossmolina, has added his voice to those opposed to a new drinks industry funded alcohol awareness campaign.

Campaign to stop binge drinking is just a public relations stunt says councillor

A campaign aimed at stopping out-of-control drinking, which is funded by the drinks industry, has been slammed as a public relations exercise.

New alcohol awareness campaign targets schoolchildren

A new alcohol awareness campaign in Mayo is to target primary schoolchildren and their parents in the first programme of its kind in the country.

 

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