Alcohol Research Group
Senior Scientist Cheryl J. Cherpitel & colleagues are first to use elevated BAC to measure injury risk.
Research Associate Edwina Williams and colleagues' finds White and Hispanic women are now drinking more than other groups.
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Across the US women's use almost doubled and men's now match earlier rates. But not because of legalization.
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Even low levels of alcohol consumption can increase the risk of injury, Cheryl Cherpitel &...
Edwina Williams and colleagues' find young adults' drinking has changed with some women drinking more...
Booze warning labels worked in U.S., says ARG Senior Scientist Thomas Greenfield after Yukon study...
A new project explores the impact of same-sex marriage legalization on sexual minority women's health.
Since 1977, ARG’s Training Program, in partnership the School of Public Health at the University of California...
New pilot project will identify & assess ethnic-dense neighborhoods