Findings from the first-ever study of marijuana’s secondhand harms show that fewer harms were attributed to someone else’s marijuana use than from secondhand drinking.
Catch up with this critical study as it concludes data collection and moves forward with a campaign to inform young women about alcohol's link to breast cancer.
New study finds a sharp increase in injury-related hospitalizations in WA state after liquor is privatized.
We check in with the first national study of recovery residences & a new supplemental award to assess how homes are coping with COVID-19
Our studies look at 12-step programs and their alternatives, assess sober living houses, test innovative interventions, identify gaps in service provision and ask people in recovery to redefine the term.
Alternative Mutual Help Groups are Viable Options to Traditional 12-step Groups such as AA
But the first-ever study finds its harms were far fewer than from secondhand drinking.
17,498 more hospitalizations after Initiative 1183 was passed in WA State.
NIAAA supplemental awards will look at how the pandemic impacts our lives.
First of its kind, this national study identifies the current research gaps in recovery housing.
Priscilla Martinez talks about the study, what it’s like to do research during a pandemic,...
In this roundup, we identify the work that helps people on their road to recovery.