Climate change is seeing more of us with mental health problems and harmful substance use. So we need to start planning now.
Testing workers for drug and alcohol use can reduce injuries but is less effective than a comprehensive approach to improving staff health.
This course beckons students to examine how alcoholic beverages are portrayed in books by American authors.
LGBTQ+ people face barriers to accessing substance use services, but research shows there are ways to make them more inclusive and supportive.
In South Africa men are 70% more likely to die from TB than women. Tackling social factors such as smoking and high alcohol consumption could save more lives.
The absence of oversight may mean potential harms associated with zero-alcohol products go unrecognised.
The bourbon industry has been booming in recent years, but what sets all the different types of bourbon apart?
Scotch whisky has grown its export business in recent years by developing smart marketing strategies and strong distribution networks.
Even drinking in moderation – one or two drinks each day over the week – is risky. Here are some tips for incorporating alcohol-free days into your routine.
Summer is here, together with its host of sun-drenched paraphernalia. One marketing scholar takes a look at our relationship to the emblematic cocktail, Aperol spritz.
Wine has been a commercial product for 3,000 years. Paradoxically, many of the cultural ideas we have about wine today actually come from its commercial history.
Australia wants better access to European markets but isn’t prepared to give up using the names of popular products including parmesan and prosecco as part of the latest trade talks.
The government and some producers are pushing to industrialize the sugar cane-based spirit to boost its popularity around the world, while small farmers fear losing their livelihoods.
Teen drinking has not declined in the years since China banned underage drinking. Better enforcement and changes in attitudes to alcohol are needed.
The study found that people were more likely to binge drink on the days they were in a good mood.
The heaviest drinkers had around 5% less muscle than those who didn’t drink at all.
Ireland recently passed legislation to introduce clearer alcohol labels to warn about the risks of liver disease and fatal cancers from drinking alcohol. Australia should do the same.
Despite wine’s centrality to the everyday life of the Romans, the ancient sources continuously attest it was a problematic drink when consumed by women.
Higher levels of income inequality in youth are associated with increased ‘deaths of despair’ in young Canadians.
If your beer has no foam you could end up with terrible bloat.