“Risky drinking” among baby boomers has left them accounting for almost half of alcohol-related hospital admissions, experts have warned.
The availability of alcohol and its role in fuelling crime has come under scrutiny, in a new report released on Wednesday.
The idea low-level drinking is good for your health is actually a myth, says Professor Tanya Chikritzhs, from Curtin University's National Drug Research Institute.
By 2020, the number of over-50s receiving treatment for substance misuse problems is expected to double in Europe and treble in the US, say researchers.
People with blood alcohol levels below the legal cutoff for being considered drunk may still be unsafe drivers if they’re also sleep deprived, a small experiment suggests.
Teenagers who want to settle as bricklayers drink more alcohol than those seeking a promising career as a banker, a study suggests.
Every member of the Indiana General Assembly will likely deal with alcohol legislation at some point. Many also accept campaign contributions from the alcohol lobby.
Alcohol stores have been closed down and alcoholic products taken off the shelves of shops in the capital of Turkmenistan ahead of a major international athletic completion next month.
FOR paramedics on the front line, aggression and abuse from patients is not an uncommon experience.
Gender differences in the brain's reward system could mean that women who need help kicking alcohol may need different types of treatment.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has requested that the brakes be put on buying and selling booze at Western Cape schools until she meets Education MEC Debbie Schäfer.
Globally, nearly eight out of every 1,000 children in the general population is estimated to have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), according to a new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
A Conservative MP in British Columbia is urging Canadians to contact their members of Parliament about the New Brunswick case involving cross-border alcohol limits that heads to the Supreme Court of Canada in December.
One of the anti-drugs council’s (ASK) top priorities is tackling underage drinkers’ easy access to alcohol by increased checks and stricter application of the law, a senior official from the council said on Wednesday.