Alcohol

Displaying 1 - 20 of 176 articles

Looking back in languor? Cullen in the north of Scotland. Raphaël Chekroun

Brexit: big trouble for British tourism

Holiday making accounts for almost a tenth of the British economy. Here's how it might be impacted by a vote to leave the EU.
I drank how much more than my peers? www.shutterstock.com

How to start nudging people to drink less alcohol

Excessive drinkers are more likely to seek help when their drinking habits are compared with their peers than when they are simply given the guidelines.
The critical issues underlying the debate about Sydney’s nightlife include worsening inequality and who is getting left behind. AAP/Richard Ashen

Beyond lockouts: Sydney needs to become a more inclusive city

Without the public mobilising over inequalities that are so ingrained in its psyche, Sydney is unlikely to see its nightlife reflect true social inclusion and diversity.
Sydney’s Kings Cross precinct has 3AM ‘last-drinks’ laws and 1:30AM lockouts for premises that serve alcohol. AAP/April Fonti

Last-drink’ laws, not lockouts, reduce alcohol-fuelled violence

As Queensland considers new laws to curb alcohol-fuelled violence in response to a one-punch death, several policy experiments that have occurred in recent years can provide valuable lessons.
Why does drinking alcohol cause us to lose our balance, our inhibitions and, in large enough doses, our lunch? Andrew/Flickr

What’s happening to us when we get drunk?

Chemically, alcohol is a very simple molecule; however, its effects on the brain are quite complex.

Top contributors

More