The Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England estimates that up to 22,000 premature deaths per year are associated in some way with alcohol misuse.
What does AHRSE stand for?
AHRSE stands for Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England (UK)
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The Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England adds, 'They are more likely to be men, although women's drinking has been rising fast over the last 10 years.
The alcohol harm reduction strategy for England proposes a range of actions, including better education and a review of alcohol advertising to ensure it does not target under 18s and does not encourage irresponsible behaviour.
The Government's Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England promised greater use of exclusion orders -banning convicted offenders from town and city centres -and an audit of alcohol treatment.
The Government's Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England promised greater use of exclusion orders - banning convicted offenders from town and city centres - and an audit of alcohol treatment.