The objective of this study was to investigate the role of factors that modulate the association between alcohol and mortality, and to provide estimates of absolute risk of death.
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The main objective of the National Alcohol Diary Survey was to estimate personal consumption of, and expenditure on, alcohol among the general population aged 18–75 years living in private households in Ireland.
The study reviewed in this special series demonstrates that veterans with risky drinking behaviour are susceptible to associative memory deficits, which could make it more difficult to adapt to post-deployment life.
Happy Hour specials have a greater impact on the drinking behaviour of certain individuals including women, minors, non-athletes, members of brotherhoods and students living in dorms. Happy Hour does not only make them drink more it also makes them more susceptible to riskier behaviour (i.e. drinking while under the influence, getting into fights or having unprotected intercourse).
Close to 80,000 people from around the globe took part in the biggest online drug survey ever.
Although primarily comparing substance abuse by teenagers within the welfare system with the general teen population, this research also highlights factors common to both groups. Parenting factors and teen delinquency were particularly significant.
About three-quarters of American high school students say they don't drink alcohol, a new survey finds.
A poll of US high school teens finds 77 percent say they don’t drink alcohol.
College freshmen’s drinking habits are often formed during the first six weeks of school, according to an expert from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
Here is a review of the international literature concerning pre-loading - meaning drinking before going out to pubs and bars.