Date of prep: December 2020
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adverse events reporting
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Campaigners are calling on the Scottish government to set out in law labelling requirements for alcohol.
Nearly a third of people (29%) are reporting that they have drunk more alcohol than they normally would.
The moment I knew I had a problem was when I had my first drink before breakfast to get rid of a hangover from the night before.
This is a dilemma involves a story about a pharmacist who struggles to control their relationship with alcohol and the inevitable consequences.
Scotland’s retailers have largely complied with the introduction of minimum unit pricing for alcohol policy, a new study has found.
The number of alcohol-related emergency hospital admissions has fallen by over 17% since 2007, according to new figures. A new analysis released by the Scottish Parliament’s information centre (SPICe) shows the number of alcohol-related general acute hospital admissions fell from 39,857 in 2007-08 to 32,997 in 2017-18.
I THOUGHT the best day to publish this blog was a Sunday…the day after the night before! Asthma is basically an allergic reaction, the effects of which are felt predominantly in the lungs. The outcome of suffering this reaction is one or more of the classic symptoms of asthma e.g. cough, wheeze or breathlessness. […]