This study examined the drinking behaviour of approximately 2,000 young athletes at universities in the United Kingdom. Young athletes who are sponsored by the alcohol industry are at a greater risk of engaging in risky drinking behaviour than their peers who do not receive such sponsorship.
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Even before conception, a son's vulnerability for alcohol use disorders could be shaped by a father who chronically drinks to excess, according to this study.
This study aims to uncover the extent to which peers and parents can influence an adolescent’s attitude towards drinking by examining two different teenage groups' views on drinking.
This statistical report acts as a reference point for health issues relating to alcohol use and misuse, providing information obtained from a number of sources. It covers topics such as drinking habits and behaviours among adults (aged 16 and over) and
school children (aged 11 to 15), drinking-related ill health and mortality, affordability of alcohol, alcohol related admissions to hospital and alcohol-related costs.
This policy guidance aims to support European policy makers to improve the design and implementation
of policies to reduce inequities in alcohol-related harm.
The Welsh Health Survey (WHS) provides information about the health and health-related lifestyle of people living in Wales. It covers a range of health-related issues including health status,
lifestyle and health behaviours, and use of health services.
The Part of the Picture (POTP) research project is a five-year partnership between The Lesbian & Gay Foundation and the University of Central Lancashire. The project aims to establish an England-wide database of LGB people’s drug and alcohol use.
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.
The ongoing Drinking and Teens Project is investigating parental supply of alcohol, adolescent alcohol initiation and the development of drinking trajectories.