http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/oct/19/pregnant-women-alcohol-pediatric-study#_=_ The American Academy of Pediatrics has renewed advice to pregnant women: do not drink alcohol, not even a little bit, not at all.
http://www.universityobserver.ie/uncategorized/the-price-of-cheap-alcohol/ Some students may argue that a cheap night out and the next day’s recovery is an experience integral to the college experience. It certainly appears inevitable to have attended UCD without having also gained knowledge of the specific alcoholic drink specials offered by certain venues in Dublin. Cheap alcohol promotions may seem innocent enough, but there are serious risks attached to the consumption of these discounted drinks.......
Healthy Ireland Survey 2015 Please click on the above link to read the very comprehensive interviewer-administered survey with interviews conducted on a face to face basis with individuals aged 15 and over. Fieldwork was conducted between November 2014 and August 2015. This survey uses a multi-stage probability sampling process and achieved a response rate of 61%.
http://www.medicalindependent.ie/72724/hopes_raised_for_otc_naloxone ''Research shows that providing increased access to naloxone for people likely to witness an overdose, such as the family, case workers and friends of a drug user, is an effective way of reducing overdose deaths.”
Ireland’s National Strategy to reduce suicide 2015 - 2020 Connecting for Life is Ireland’s National Strategy to reduce suicide (2015-2020). The development of the strategy was a collaborative and inclusive process. Some of the most important contributions to the development of ‘Connecting for Life’ came from our public consultation process. We received 272 submissions from people and organisations, which included members of the general public, people who have used our services and their families, professional bodies and community interests and organisations Click on the link above to read Ireland's National Strategy to reduce suicide 2015 - 2020.