You may be surprised to learn that the more alcohol you drink, the more you increase your risk of developing a number of cancers. While there is no "no risk" level for drinking alcohol, by keeping within moderate limits you are reducing your risk. Information about the relationship between alcohol and cancer and tips to help you drink less are available in Alcohol Action Ireland’s leaflet "Reduce Your Drinking: Reduce Your Cancer Risk".
April 8, 2013 - 227.0 KiB
Alcohol Action Ireland's latest fact sheet, Alcohol Marketing: Getting The Facts, answers the key questions surrounding alcohol marketing, including its aim, how it works, the impact it has and what would make a difference in terms of regulation.
February 26, 2013 - 193.7 KiB
"Alcohol and Crime: Getting The Facts" is a fact sheet from Alcohol Action Ireland addressing the key questions surrounding the relationship between alcohol and crime.
February 12, 2013 - 277.9 KiB
Getting The Facts Right on Minimum Pricing is a fact sheet from Alcohol Action Ireland answering all the key questions about minimum pricing.
February 11, 2013 - 495.4 KiB
The full-line up of speakers and the timetable for Alcohol Action Ireland's 2012 Conference, "Time Please... For Change"
December 17, 2012 - 185.6 KiB
Boost you health with the help of Alcohol Action Ireland’s information leaflet Men & Alcohol: Making the Drink Link, which - if you do choose to drink - includes key facts that are good to know and lists some handy tips to help cut down your alcohol intake.
December 3, 2012 - 280.7 KiB
Alcohol Action Ireland commissioned leading market research company Behaviour and Attitudes to survey people on their experiences of alcohol-related harm in the community as part of their "Alcohol - Where’s the Harm?" conference
October 23, 2012 - 872.3 KiB
Alcohol Action Ireland's Pre-Budget Submission 2012
October 21, 2012 - 967.5 KiB
Alcohol Action Ireland’s 2010 Have We Bottled It? Alcohol Marketing and Young People survey reveals that young people are being exposed to alcohol brands from a young age. Among 16 to 21-year-olds, alcohol ads represented five out of their top ten favourite ads. Among the younger 16 to 17 year old age group, one in three said they had seen an ad or pop-up for an alcohol product on their social networking page, while one in five said they had received an online quiz about alcohol or drinking
October 20, 2012 - 1.5 MiB
Alcohol Action Ireland's Pre-Budget Submission 2011 and the Case for Minimum Pricing
October 19, 2012 - 2.0 MiB