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Well educated pensioners more likely to drink too much: survey (20 August 2016)
Well-educated pensioners are more likely to be heavy drinkers compared to their less skilled peers, according to the latest lifestyle monitor published by the national statistics office CBS, public health institute RIVM and the Trimbos-institute. More >>
New study supports link between alcohol advertising and adolescent drinking (3 August 2016)
A study published today in the scientific journal Addiction finds that exposure to several different types of alcohol marketing is positively associated with the amount and frequency of drinking among adolescents across Europe. More >>
STAP hopes that new verdict will stop alcohol deregulation pilot (30 July 2016)
The regional Court in Utrecht ruled last week that the municipality of Nieuwegein is violating the Alcohol Licensing and Catering Act by allowing that some entrepreneurs of non-food stores and other non-licensed retailers, sell and serve alcoholic beverages. More >>
More drunk drivers sent on alcohol awareness course (25 July 2016)
The CBR, the Dutch driving licence authority, sent last year 10,312 people on a compulsory educational course after they were caught for driving while intoxicated. In 2014 this was 9.036. These figures are collated by LocalFocus. More >>
Alcohol and tobacco easy to buy for underage teens, says new study (6 July 2016)
Teenagers below the legal age of 18 can easily buy cigarettes and alcohol, especially via home delivery and at bars and restaurants, reports the AD. More >>
Reaction to F1 and its Heineken sponsorship deal (14 June 2016)
Today Eurocare issued an open letter addressed to Jean Todt, the President of Federation Internationale de l’Automobile, with a Reaction to F1 and its Heineken sponsorship deal. More >>