UK sales of alcoholic drinks for at-home consumption have leapt 15% in the last five years, although volumes are in decline thanks to rising prices and a health conscious younger generation.
A modest amount of alcohol can improve your sense of smell, a recent study has concluded.
Alcohol companies could be prevented from signing sponsorship deals with Formula One race teams, if a campaign by a road safety lobby is successful.
Pernod Ricard has hit out at a decision by the Portman Group that the label of its Pernod brand is in breach of UK alcohol marketing rules.
Scientists in the US have created a “James Bond” style mutant worm that is resistant to the intoxicating effects of alcohol, potentially revolutionising drug treatment for alcoholics.
A once-a-day pill that can help alcoholics quit drinking has won the support of health officials in England.
The UK drinks industry has agreed a new package of pledges to help tackle the country’s estimated £21 billion annual cost of alcohol-related damage.
The Scottish government has confirmed its intention to tighten drink-driving laws if the country becomes independent from the rest of the UK.
A single drink at 14 could increase a teenager’s chances of becoming a binge drinker, a new report has warned.
Low-to-moderate alcohol consumption can reduce the risk of heart attacks and a life-threatening flaw in the heart, two independent studies have concluded.
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