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An appetite for better alcohol education Whilst awareness of the alcohol guidelines for both adults and children is low, the survey found that there is an appetite among the public for greater information on the risks linked with drinking, with high levels of support for the inclusion of warning messages on alcohol labels: What are the facts?

One Poll were commissioned by the AHA to survey 2,000 people across the UK on their attitudes to alcohol in September 2017.‘In addition, the government should develop national information campaigns, informing the public and parents of the guidelines for both adults and children.’ Knowledge of old guidelines also lacking The AHA survey was followed by a separate investigation into the public knowledge and use of the old UK drinking guidelines, published in .Researchers gathered a demographically representative, cross-sectional online survey of 2,100 adults living in England in July 2015 – that is, two decades after adoption of previous guidelines and prior to introduction of new guidelines.From both parents and other sources, the rates were 81% and 86% respectively.The researchers concluded that ‘there was no evidence to support the view that parental supply is protective for any of the adolescent drinking-related outcomes.’ Professor Richard Mattick of the University of South Wales, who led the research, said: ‘Parental provision of alcohol is associated with risk, not with protection.The AHA survey found that this view was common, with 55% of those surveyed agreeing that children who drink at home will ‘know how to handle their drink when they’re older’, and that children who drink in moderation at home ‘are less likely to binge on their own.’ Commenting on the results of the AHA’s polling, Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, chair of the AHA, said that more should be done to ensure the guidelines for both adults and children are communicated to the public.He said: ‘It is really disappointing that only 16% of the public are aware of the alcohol guidelines for adults, and that fewer than 1 in 20 are aware of the advice around children’s drinking.‘The public have the right to know the Chief Medical Officers’ guidelines, so that they are empowered to make informed choices about their drinking.The same applies to parents, who want to do the right thing by their children and deserve to be informed of the Chief Medical Officers’ guidance on children and alcohol.Welcome to the November 2017 edition of Alcohol Alert, the Institute of Alcohol Studies newsletter, covering the latest updates on UK alcohol policy matters.This month, an Alcohol Health Alliance commissioned survey finds that only 16% people are aware of the weekly alcohol guidelines and .


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