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Website Survey 2017

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03/23/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Our latest research showed that 73% of people believe 'Irish culture' is the main reason for drinking to excess. Full findings here: [ Goo.gl Link ] Article via Irish Daily Mirror

Almost half of Irish people think excessive drinking is “no big deal”

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03/22/2017 at 20:55. Facebook
A new study of 25 countries shows Ireland has the highest rate of "pre-drinking", with 85% of people drinking at home before a night out: [ Goo.gl Link ]
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03/21/2017 at 14:42. Facebook
Did you know that alcohol contains almost as many calories as pure fat? Try our calcluator to see the calories in different drinks: [ Goo.gl Link ] Article via The Guardian

Will alcohol ruin my diet?

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However you celebrate St. Patrick's Festival Ireland this year, enjoy yourself with friends and family but be safe. #StPatricksFest

Be safe this St Patrick’s Day

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We are thrilled to announce that our alcohol education resources are now available as Gaeilge. Irish is for everyone, Seachtain na Gaeilge is for everyone – Bain Triail Aisti – Surprise Yourself! #SnaG17

Marking Seachtain na Gaeilge with new resources

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We asked for your feedback and you gave it - thank you! Try out our updated drinks calculator now: [ Goo.gl Link ]
So far this year, over 100 organisations have ordered our booklets, posters and research reports. If you need alcohol education resources, we can help.

Need alcohol education resources? We can help.

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New Drinkaware research highlights that where alcohol is concerned, there is a disconnect between what people intend to do, want to do and what they end up doing on a night out. Read the key findings in the link.

46% of Irish people believe drinking to excess is ‘no big deal’

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Monday is a great time to think about how much alcohol you drink. Drinking less is good for your mind, your body and your bank balance. Make small changes and feel the benefits: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Did you know that four out of ten cancers can be prevented? This World Cancer Day, learn about the link between alcohol and cancer, make a change to your drinking habits and reduce your risk. #WorldCancerDay

World Cancer Day 2017

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Last month, almost 750 people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. If you were drinking last night, there could still be alcohol in your system today. Think before you drive.
Feel like making a change? Try out some of our tips to cut down on alcohol and share some of yours in the comments. Visit [ Goo.gl Link ]
It can be hard to separate alcohol facts from myths. Find out the right information to help start a conversation about alcohol with your child. Visit [ Goo.gl Link ]
Want to understand your drinking better? Getting to know the low-risk guidelines is a good place to start: [ Goo.gl Link ]

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Making a #NewYearsResolution? Cut down on how much alcohol you drink and feel the benefits to your health and wellbeing.

New Year’s Resolution: Drink Less Alcohol

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Since 1st December, 738 people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to Road Safety Authority Ireland. If you are drinking this #NewYearsEve, leave the car at home. Never ever drink and drive.

Leave the car at home this New Year’s Eve

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Things can get a little hectic over Christmas, with more social events than usual. It's a good time to get to know the HSE low-risk guidelines to help keep track of how much you drink.

What are the low-risk alcohol guidelines? - Drinkaware

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A standard drink is a measure of alcohol. Getting the facts about standard drinks can help you better understand your drinking.

What is a standard drink? - Drinkaware

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Today we are delighted to launch our new campaign, in response to recent Road Safety Authority Ireland research showing that drink driving incidents and road fatalities are on the increase.

New drink driving campaign launches today

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