The price of cheap night out!
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 […]Read more
Parent Stop: Contact a service near you!
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Healthy Ireland Survey 2015: Findings
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 […]Read more
A shot in the arm to tackle overdose deaths
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 […]Read more
Ireland’s National Strategy to reduce Suicide 2015 – 2020
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 […]Read more
Connect Mental Health Day: 8 – 10th of October
http://www.connectmentalhealth.ie/ Please click on the link above for more information on ConnectRead more
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‘Test all babies for alcohol syndrome’?
http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/test-all-babies-for-alcohol-syndrome-355726.html All babies should undergo a test to find out if their mother drank alcohol during pregnancy, a neonatal expert told the Joint Committee […]Read more
Diageo faces £150m annual profit cut due to weak currencies
http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/sep/23/diageo-annual-profit-cut-weak-currencies The weakness of emerging-market currencies against the pound is likely to chop about £150m off Diageo’s annual profit, according to the maker of […]Read more
Irish People – drinking alcohol and cancer risks
http://www.thejournal.ie/irish-people-drinking-cancer-risk-2336738-Sep2015/ MORE THAN HALF of Irish people who drink do so in a ‘harmful manner’ and it could be increasing their risk of cancer, […]Read more