Behaviours & Additions

1st July 2019

How harmful is gambling, and what can be done? Lords ask for input to new inquiry

The House of Lords Select Committee on the Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry has today issued its call for evidence. Issues relating to […]
27th June 2019

Drunk at work: how companies can tackle the issue

Drunk at work: the cost to the UK economy and how some companies are tackling the issue New research has revealed that as many as 89,000 […]
13th June 2019

Hayley Goes… Sober on BBC with Ailsa Frank

Hayley Goes… Sober Episode 1 of 6: BBC One, 11 pm Tuesday 18th June Hayley Pearce, 29, loves a drink. Like many people she started drinking […]
22nd May 2019

Why are men still not talking about their mental health?

Men’s mental health is a problem. Suicide is the biggest killer of men aged under 35, with men also being more likely than women to become […]
15th May 2019

Couple in recovery set up a rehab to treat ‘all addictions’

Lovelong House officially opens its 14 Bed Private Rehab with a well-being centre and high dependency unit offering 24-hour nursing care in a calm environment supported […]
10th April 2019

TV’s Dr Christian Jessen calls on doctors and hospitals to back vaping as new study points to major benefits

Smoke free society “at risk” if doctors fail to educate themselves and patients about the benefits of vaping compared to smoking and hospitals continue to ban […]
7th April 2019

No such thing as ‘sugar rush’! Sugar worsens mood rather than improving it

Sugar does not improve any aspect of mood and can even worsen it, according to new research published in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews Using data collected […]