June 18, 2013
A new study in BMJOpen suggests that low levels of alcohol consumption in pregnancy have no adverse effects on the balance ability of school age children. The research was funded by an Alcohol Research UK Small Grant and produced by a team working on the ALSPAC cohort study. You can download a full copy of [...]
June 13, 2013
A new Alcohol Research UK study suggests children whose parents exert greater control over their free time activities drink less frequently. The research team, based at Queen’s University Belfast, looked at survey data for children attending more than 40 schools over an eleven-year period. Click on ‘Alcohol Library’ above to read the full report.
May 17, 2013
A new open access article by Benjamin Hawkins and Chris Holden is available online. ‘Framing the alcohol debate: industry actors and the regulation of the UK beverage alcohol market’ (Critical Policy Studies) is based on an Alcohol Research UK-funded project which analysed the role of alcohol industry in the formulation of British alcohol policy. The [...]