Get the Facts About Alcohol: A Drinkaware Public webinar

We were excited to hold our first public webinar alongside behavioural psychologist, Pádraig Walsh. Didn’t make it? Don’t worry. Everything we learned is too good not to share.  Do you know what the HSE low-risk weekly guidelines for alcohol are?…

Hallowe’en Party: Tricks and Treats

Looking forward to Hallowe’en? We are too! Although some restrictions are lifted, this Hallowe’en will be different from what we’re used to. With more and more people in Ireland exploring sober-curious and mindful drinking, why not try throwing a different…

Parenting Teens-A Call to Action

3 minute read.  The impact of your relationship with your teen/child lasts a lifetime. The quality of your relationship and connection with your teen is important to their development and the decisions they make. A warm, loving relationship and being…

Alcohol Alternatives

4 minute read . We all know that Ireland has a very socially driven drinking culture. For 77% of Irish drinkers, alcohol makes social gatherings more fun at least half of the time (Drinkaware Index Report, 2019). This can make…

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2020: Take Action to Reduce Cancer Risk

1 in 10 Irish women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, and the HSE state that alcohol is responsible for 1 in 8 breast cancers in Ireland. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, take some time to understand alcohol and its impact, and see if you can make…

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month: Take Action to Reduce your Risk

The Irish Cancer Society estimates that up to 2,800 people will be diagnosed with bowel cancer this year, and more than 1,000 people will die from it. However, with a growing, ageing population, the National Cancer Registry projects the number of diagnoses to reach over…

World Cancer Day 2020

Alcohol is known as a modifiable risk factor for at least seven types of cancer. While there are many different contributory factors for cancer, there are some positive actions we can take to reduce our own and our family’s cancer risk. This means that by making…