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Across the US women's use almost doubled and men's now match earlier rates. But not because of legalization.
help assess how choices we make today may affect our communities and future selves
Martinez will use new approaches to assess whether inflammation mediates the effect of alcohol on health outcomes and if it varies across racial/ethnic groups.
New study looked at disparities among people living in Sweden with AUD.
Scientist Nina Mulia and colleagues' research uncovers an age-crossover in heavy drinking.
7.4 percent of surveyed respondents reported that children experienced harm as a result of someone else’s drinking.
A new study from ARG scientists finds use increased but not because of legalization.
People with alcohol use disorders (AUD) who live in poorer neighborhoods in Sweden were less...
ARG provides support and training to fellows engaged in alcohol- and drug-related research.
We are pleased to announce that postdoctoral fellow and Associate Scientist Miguel Pinedo will join...
New pilot project will identify & assess ethnic-dense neighborhoods
This new pilot study is designed to gain a greater understanding of racial/ethnic and gender...