Posted on 8th August 2019 by Anonymous
Following the 2019 International Congress of the Society of Hair Testing (SoHT) in Lille, a revised adaptation to the general consensus on alcohol testing has been formulated by a committee of experts to support the assessments drawn when conducting hair analysis of abstinence and chronic excessive consumption.
DNA Legal has been at the forefront of toxicology services in the United Kingdom, with a strong emphasis on providing crystal clear... Read More
Posted on 17th July 2019 by firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Terry Botting and I work for DNA Legal, based in the South West of the UK.
I am a Client Manager and help hundreds of people every year with family reunification. The majority of the cases I complete are to support Home Office UK Visa applications, but I also work with clients requiring Legal DNA, Drug and Alcohol testing.
Proving the biological relationship between two individuals can be the last chance at helping unite... Read More
Posted on 23rd May 2019 by email@example.com
Blog by Salah Breidi - Head of Forensic Toxicology
There are some difficulties when testing alcohol in blood to determine if alcohol had been abused. Due to these challenges in testing alcohol consumption behaviours across society, in the most recent decades, intensive research has been conducted to find reliable biomarkers that are efficient enough to discriminate chronic excessive drinking. Initially, the markers are divided into two... Read More
Posted on 21st February 2018 by DNA Legal
Many people are able to enjoy drinking alcohol in moderation, but there can be some serious side effects when a person binge drinks or drinks heavily over a long period of time.
There are short and long-term effects of alcohol that can negatively impact your physical and mental health. The effects of alcohol can range from temporary memory loss to death; in 2015, there were 8,758 alcohol-related deaths in the UK. Alcohol is also known to... Read More
Posted on 30th January 2018 by DNA Legal
A recent research study by YouGov has revealed that almost 60% of adults in the UK are drinking alcohol in order to cope with the stress of every day life.
The main objectives of the research were to provide an overview of adults’ drinking behaviour in the UK, explore the motivations for drinking, and investigate drinking behaviour among different demographic groups.
The study investigated the regular drinking patterns of over 6,000 adults... Read More