Alcohol Research Group
New ARG study finds one in five adults experience harm because of someone else’s drinking each year.
Impact to family members, children, mental health & a look at the social contexts where harms occur.
Adults < 40 years old living in states with more restrictive alcohol policies experience fewer aggression- and drink-driving-related harms from someone else’s drinking.
Associate Scientist Priscilla Martinez uses her unique background to untangle the alcohol-race paradox and find a way to address it.
New study shows that policymakers' attempts to reduce alcohol and drug use during pregnancy actually contribute to worse public health outcomes.
Each year, 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience harm because of someone else’s drinking.
Stronger policies reduces harms caused by someone else's drinking.
The project will assess risk and protective factors among American Indians in Southern California.
Minneapolis, Minnesota will be the host city for the 42nd annual Scientific Meeting.
Alcohol harms to others' project wrapped up recently resulting in multiple studies.
Robin Room discusses ARG’s history and his role in shaping its development.