Alcohol and Health - free information pack
Free resources on how alcohol can impact your health.
Community groups, health professionals, businesses and individuals wanting to learn more about the impact of alcohol will find this content useful.
It includes one factsheet, a leaflet, an infographic and two posters that show what a unit of alcohol is and how alcohol can impact your health. A full list of content can be found in our FAQs.
All our new and revised medical and health-related content is reviewed by our independent Medical Advisory Panel.
All content is for download only.
What does the pack include?
1. A poster showing units of alcohol in some of the most common alcoholic drinks
2. A poster showing 14 units of alcohol
3. An infographic showing 14 units of alcohol
4. A leaflet on the facts about alcohol
5. A factsheet on the low risk drinking guidelines
What is the low risk drinking guidelines?
To keep health risks from alcohol low, the UK Chief Medical Officers (CMOs) advice is, if you choose to drink, it is safest for both men and women to drink no more than 14 units a week, spread over three or more days with several drink-free days, and no bingeing.
Content is only available as free downloads which you can print in your workplace or at home.
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