With 85 posts in under a year, including air-quality reports, e-cig studies, plain packaging research, alcohol in pregnancy, minimum unit pricing and many more; the year has been an exciting one to say the least! We hope you enjoy this re-cap of the images we used across the centre’s social media!
A bunch of beer bottles wait to be filled and labeled ahead of packaging at the Brooklyn Brewery in the Brooklyn borough of New York, United States, March 9, 2015. The popularity of craft beers has grown rapidly in recent years in the United States as drinkers seek new tastes, with sales estimated to have climbed more than a fifth in 2014. U.S. sales of craft beer in 2014 were worth nearly $20 billion, according to U.S. industry body the Brewers Association, up more than 22 percent from the previous year and accounting for nearly a fifth of all beer sold in the country. Picture taken March 9, 2015. REUTERS/Sara Hylton – RTX1JGU5
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Alcohol on Warning Road Sign.
Paramedics stand with a drunk person at a temporary field hospital on the premises of central London’s Liverpool Street train station, early Friday, Dec. 11, 2009. The man who said that he shared four liters of vodka and a few beers, with nine of his friends was found alone by police officers hours later, with his left eye swollen shut and a gaping wound on his face. The field hospital _ known colloquially as the “drunk tent” _ is now in its fourth year of mopping up the overindulged in central London. With four stretchers, a team of medical professionals, and infinite patience, the team expects to see hundreds of people over the 13 nights it operates this year. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Members of ‘Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group’ sit behind posters on their desks which read ‘stop TTIP’, during a voting session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, 07 July 2015. The European Parliament will vote on 08 July on the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
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We’re looking forward to whatever the future holds for the centre and the release of more studies around Alcohol, Tobacco and Nicotine.