The Department for Education has released new data as to how much money local authorities across England spend on yo… More

‘Go Sober for October’ is a fundraising event that sees participants simultaneously looking after their liver… More

It’s no secret that we are glued to technology. Whether we’re catching up on messages or scrolling through soc… More

According to a Panorama investigation, ‘Britain’s Drink Problem’, only 16% of adults are aware of low-risk dri… More

Men’s Health Week 2019 is all about the important numbers – the health facts and figures that men need to know… More

In Britain, there are increasing numbers of people using cocaine. Around 875,000 people used cocaine in 2017-18, acc… More

“We must act now to protect people from the darker side of painkillers.” So says Health Secretary, Matt Hancock,… More

Cocaine use inside football stadiums is on the rise, says Deputy Chief Constable Mark Roberts, the UK’s lead on fo… More

UKAT have contributed to a Sunday Times investigation into opioid addiction in Britain, which has highlighted the sc… More

In the UK, it’s generally perceived as the norm to drink alcohol, usually from teenage years into adulthood and old … More

130 Americans die everyday from an opioid overdose – that’s more people killed in the USA by the opioid epidemic… More

Talent, fame, career success, wealth or athleticism – they are no guarantee that alcohol addiction won’t affect … More