CBC: Is ‘Dry January’ during the pandemic a good idea?

Taking a month-long break from alcohol can be a good test for whether you have a problem CBC Radio · Posted: Jan 07, 2021 More Canadians are

CBC: Tam cautions Canadians on their alcohol intake in year-end message

Raisa Patel · CBC News · Posted: Dec 31, 2020 1:59 PM ET On a day frequently marked by celebrations involving large amounts of alcohol, Canada’s chief public health officer is again asking

CBC: Booze industry brouhaha over Yukon warning labels backfired, study suggests

Chris Windeyer · CBC News · Posted: May 09, 2020  Researcher Kate Vallance applies a warning label to a wine bottle in the Yukon government’s Whitehorse liquor store in

CBC: Why watching alcohol intake is advised, but closing liquor stores would be a problem

CBC News · Posted: Mar 26, 2020 An addictions researcher recommends Canadians keep an eye on their alcohol intake as they hunker down against the COVID-19 outbreak.

CBC: Family doctors should begin screening patients for alcohol addiction at age 12, B.C. guideline says

Camille Bains · The Canadian Press  Russell Purdy, 33, suffered from addictions for years before going into treatment. The Surrey, B.C., man, who started drinking as a

CBC: Better understanding of fetal alcohol disorders needed, says public speaker

Myles Himmelreich, left, with his wife Amy and daughter Alyxandra. (Submitted by Myles Himmelreich) A better understanding of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder will help not only

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