CTV News: New alcohol recommendations could speed up changing drinking habits: businesses

Rosa Saba The Canadian Press Retrieved from https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/new-alcohol-recommendations-could-speed-up-changing-drinking-habits-businesses-1.6251909 New guidance for drinking alcohol could speed up changing consumer drinking habits as younger generations drink less

CBC: Hangover headaches are the least of your worries. Scientists say drinking can be hard on the brain

Lauren Pelley · CBC News · Posted: Jan 24, 2023 2:00 AM MST  Retrieved from https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/alcohol-drinking-brain-science-1.6722942?_cldee=WqmxvHZh89naExonMzwr109zCHEWiuymx_eIqm0t5a_Tm39jIirLW0ERXy9KbwUO&recipientid=contact-e551c9199c4ce8118147480fcff4b171-bd325f752e8248b689ca6f737470728a&esid=6da4d6c1-be9c-ed11-aad1-0022486dc98c Last year, Jesica Hurst began to re-evaluate the role casual drinking played in

Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health: Final Report

Summarizes the evidence drawn from worldwide evidence reviews, mathematical modelling, and extensive consultations and discussions. The Guidance provides people in Canada with accurate and current

Researchers consider how to ‘denormalize’ drinking culture ahead of new alcohol guide

Retrieved from https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/researchers-consider-how-to-denormalize-drinking-culture-ahead-of-new-alcohol-guide-1.6228451 Camille BainsThe Canadian Press Lee-Anne Richardson is celebrating the three-year anniversary of a support group she founded for people who’ve decided to

Alcohol & cannabinoid co-use: Implications for impaired fetal brain development following gestational exposure

Citation: S.K. Rouzer, J. Gutierrez, K.V. Larin, et al., Alcohol &cannabinoid co-use: Implications for impaired fetal brain development followinggestational exposure, Experimental Neurology (2023), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.expneurol.2023.114318 AbstractAlcohol

Effect of a communication intervention on alcohol use during pregnancy in post conflict Northern Uganda: a quasi experimental study

Citation: Agiresaasi, A., Nassanga, G., Maina, G.W. et al. Effect of a communication intervention on alcohol use during pregnancy in post conflict Northern Uganda: a quasi experimental

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