The majority of Britons have bought alcohol while underage – but it is now far less common than it was for older generations, a survey has found.
Parental drinking is linked to more than one in three cases of the death or serious injury of a child through neglect or abuse in England, a new study shows.
Lower strength wine and beer could lead to increased alcohol consumption because supermarkets and producers are advertising them as an alternative to soft drinks, according to a study.
Britain is facing an alcohol crisis but the Government is not addressing the situation, a Tory MP has said.
Excessive alcohol is known to be detrimental to health but new research claims having it in small doses can be good for the brain.
Hot tea and heavy alcohol consumption can increase the risk of a deadly cancer five-fold, research has shown.
A campaign has been launched to encourage City drinkers to feel confident asking for top-ups on short measure pints.
Explicit cigarette-style warnings of the link between drinking and health conditions such as bowel and breast cancer should appear on the labels of alcoholic drinks, a charity has suggested.
The introduction of the sugar tax on soft drinks may drive up alcohol consumption if the cost of such drinks rises as a result, a new study suggests.
Just 4% of the population consume almost one-third of all the alcohol sold in England, according to healthcare data.
Council chiefs have urged the public to give their opinion on the amount of shops able to sell alcohol in the city.
A little of what you fancy from the cocktail cabinet could actually do you some 'good' - enjoyed with a large pinch of salt, of course.
High altitude wines are in, single cask whisky is a thing and magnums are big news.
Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway says she was shocked at how she was treated when she stopped drinking alcohol – saying people have a problem with abstinence.
Licensing bosses in Aberdeenshire want to hear what people’s drinking habits are to help them shape the future of the licensed trade.
Alcohol can increase the risk of developing cancer by causing permanent genetic damage to stem cells in the body, new research has found.
Health bosses will be looking closely at how services cope with alcohol-related incidents this new year as they decide whether to roll out “drunk tanks” to major towns and cities during 2018.
Britons bought a record 47 million bottles of gin over the last year, up by seven million on 2016 as consumers named the G&T their favourite drink.
Health experts have warned of the dangers of under age drinking after a study found that one in six parents allow their children to drink alcohol at the age of 14.
Lager and cider drinkers will be hardest hit by minimum unit prices on alcohol, a respected economic think tank has said.
The capacity of wine glasses has increased sevenfold in the last 300 years and most steeply in the last two decades, a study has found.
Keith Chegwin spoke openly about his fight against alcoholism during an interview with daytime TV show This Morning in 1992.
The number of alcohol breath tests deployed by police on England’s roads has fallen by a quarter in the last five years, a new report has said.
Beer is the best alcoholic drink to convert into fuel and could be key to developing a sustainable alternative to petrol, scientists have found.
Nothing sums up getting into the Christmas spirit quite like opening the first window of your Advent calendar.
Vets Now are warning pet owners in the North-east to keep your animals away from these ten items.
Your choice of alcoholic drink might shape your mood with spirits likely to make you tearful compared to other beverages, new research suggests.
Alcohol vapour from hand sanitisers can lead to false positives on breathalysers, new research reveals.
More than 24,000 Scots were hospitalised because of their drinking last year, with people from the most deprived areas nearly eight times more likely to need that kind of help than those in the most affluent areas.
Scotland's minimum unit price for alcohol could be in place at the start of May next year, Scotland's Health Secretary has announced.