Feelings of anxiety, pessimism and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic led middle-aged women in both Australia and the UK to stock up on alcohol, which was […]
Young Australians are less likely to over-indulge in booze and illicit drugs because they like to keep up appearances in their social media-sphere, according to a […]
More older Australians are drinking at “risky levels” as the Baby Boomer generation ages, Flinders researchers warn. The rise in problem drinking is coming up against […]
Apprentices in the construction industry are a high risk group for alcohol and other drug-related harm. They were also found to be at high risk of […]
Western countries are sitting on a timebomb of health and social issues arising from drug and alcohol overuse among baby boomers – the generation that won’t […]
The cost to Australia’s economy of alcohol and other drug related (AOD) absenteeism has soared from $1.2bn in 2001 to more than $3bn, according to Flinders analysis being published today.
Like a book cover, the purpose of a wine label is to attract the buyer’s attention and say something about the characters within the contents.
Two resource kits aim to improve the ability of alcohol and other drug workers to detect and respond to family and domestic violence.
Peer pressure has long been blamed for binge drinking among teenagers, yet new research reveals it may not be the root of the problem.