Residents who voted in favor of liquor privatization were 2.59 times more likely to want to change their vote than residents who voted against it.
Apply data from the National Alcohol Survey to compare how much you drink with the rest of the nation.
Since the National Alcohol Survey (NAS) first launched in the 1960s, ARG researchers have sought to increase its impact by developing a more robust and relevant tool.
Longest running alcohol survey adds new web-panel, questions, and measures to look at our drinking and how it impacts our lives over time.
To highlight the incredible contribution this NIAAA-funded program has provided to researchers, we contacted alumni to learn more about their experience and how the program helped launch their careers.
Amy Mericle discusses the largest and most diverse study of recovery housing to date and how it fills a critical research gap in the treatment landscape.
Find out how your or your client's drinking compares with the rest of the nation with our new norms' tool.
Voters would likely reject privatization of liquor sales if the vote was held today.
Alcohol problems cost Baltimore city more than $2 per drink.
The Healthy People 2020 report shows the impact of healthy policies on communities.
ARG is re-designated as a Collaborating Center through to February 2024.
Check out our collection of some of the most noteworthy findings to date.
Scientist Camillia Lui focuses on health-related disparities among racial/ethnic groups & young adults to find answers