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HSE Report on Alcohol Related Harm in Ireland

Since the early 1990s, there has been a dramatic increase in alcohol related harm in
Ireland, with the increase most pronounced in the period 1995 to 2002. The vast
majority of alcohol harm to the drinker is experienced by the adult population in
Ireland. However, alcohol harms experienced by people other than the drinker are
important social problems and affect family wellbeing and public safety. The increase
in alcohol related harm was observed across a range of health and social harm
indicators, sixty indicators were examined for this report.

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