Amphora manifestas: efektyvesnei alkoholio politikai Europoje





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Published on May 24, 2013

AMPHORA is a European research project, which started in 2009, funded by the European Commission and coordinated by the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona. The AMPHORA scientists felt something had to be done about the problem of alcohol in Europe, because many of the deaths and problems related to alcohol are avoidable.

Because alcohol has often been linked to celebrations and social life in Europe, we frequently forget that it is an addictive drug like any other, and this complacency can make it even more dangerous. In fact, if we look at the statistics, we have to admit that Europe has a drinking problem.

Years of research into alcohol policy has pointed to ways that public policies can prevent some of these problems, and these policy messages have been gathered together in the AMPHORA Manifesto.


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