Scientists have found that brain functions in young men and women are changed by long-term alcohol use, but that these changes are significantly different in men and women. This indicates not only that young people might be at increased risk of long-term harm from alcohol use, but also that the risks are probably different in men and in women, with men possibly more at risk. This work is presented today at the ECNP meeting in Paris.
A challenge against Manchester City Council's decision to close the Brian Hore Unit in West Didsbury has been launched by public law experts.
BY: CHARLOTTE DOBSON The Brian Hore Unit in West Didsbury Campaigners fighting the closure of a ‘life-saving’ alcohol dependency unit have launched legal action against the council. Public law experts have applied for a judicial review into the decision to close the Brian Hore Unit, in West Didsbury . People who use the service […]