A new report investigates how the alcohol industry is targeting women with their products and marketing
Australian-first study finds younger, risky drinkers the biggest users of rapid alcohol delivery services.
Findings of a new report exploring how women are both targeted and represented in alcohol marketing, and the possible health and social implications
Mandatory warning labels on alcoholic beverages will help to lower alcohol-exposed pregnancies.
The thinking and behaviour of students towards alcohol is slowly shifting
The NT community’s action to reduce alcohol-fuelled harm is saving individual lives and improving people’s health and wellbeing.
Most of us know the health risks and embarrassment alcohol can cause, so why is it so hard to give up or reduce consumption?
Prevention of disease is far preferable to treatment in every measure.
Alcohol is a diluted poison, a legal drug. It impairs cognitive function from the very first slug. These are facts, and it’s partly why we drink it.
Alcohol is a carcinogen and there is no safe dose, but there are ways we can reduce the harm it does.