New research shows mothers of preschool children are drinking to cope with work-family conflict

Mothers of preschool aged children who experience work-family conflict are drinking to cope with various stresses; this was not the case for fathers of preschool aged children.

Who pays for your drinks?

Australian researchers lead a global research program on how drinking can bring harm to others, writes Shazma Gaffoor.

Older Australians drinking more heavily

17% of people over 60 are consuming more than the recommended intake

Family Wellbeing Program addresses gambling harm in Aboriginal communities

Recommendations from La Trobe University research has resulted in new program being rolled out across the Mallee

Doctoral Research Scholarships in Alcohol Epidemiology and Public Health

Two doctoral research scholarships in alcohol epidemiology and public health are to be awarded to outstanding candidates to undertake research aimed at understanding harm from others’ drinking in Australia.

Linkage Grant to study alcohol harm

Dr Anne-Marie Laslett and her CAPR team awarded ARC Linkage Grant

Alcohol’s financial toll on women

New research outlines costs of others' drinking habits

COVID-19 and long-term drinking habits

Social distancing will likely reduce key alcohol related accidents

Alcohol tax reform needed

The effects of pricing policies on alcohol consumption analysed

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