Alcohol Research Group
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.
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.
Edwina Williams and colleagues' find young adults' drinking has changed with some women drinking more...
A new study from ARG scientists finds use increased but not because of legalization.
A new project explores the impact of same-sex marriage legalization on sexual minority women's health.
Topics include alcohol's harms to others , racial/ethnic disparities, and alcohol policy development.
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