Yesterday I posted the results of a study that found an increased risk of accidental and intentional death among women and young people with alcohol use disorders. Now there is a brand new study, published online by the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research (September 2015) that indicates that over the last decade, women have begun to drink much more similarly to men.
Study: Women and Young People with Alcohol Use Disorders Face Higher Risk of Accidental Death and Suicide
Recent research indicates that women and young people may experience an elevated risk of death as a result of alcohol use disorders.
Are Family and Community Ties Protective or Stressful for Women Who Are Susceptible to Substance Use Disorders?
Medical News Today reports on the results of a large study lead by sociologist Brea Perry of Indiana University that included 4307 adults from 1,026 families. The research team looked […]
A new study about the impact of alcohol use disorders on career trajectory holds troubling news for women. Psychcentral.com reports that investigators at Icahn-Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York have […]
Medical News Today reports that a study by Dr. Gyongyi Szabo and colleagues from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester found that “Drinking just four glasses of wine for […]
“In some ways the dynamic is simple: alcohol makes everything better, until it makes everything worse.” ― Caroline Knapp, Drinking: A Love Story The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism […]