How do gender attributes and attitudes affect young men’s and women’s alcohol use? Are different health promotion interventions required for young men and women?
The use of alcohol, tobacco, illicit and prescribed drugs have very seldom been examined by using comparable methods in different countries. (GENACIS) is an attempt to enable researchers to investigate such issues using sections of an agreed survey questionnaire.
In men and women who drink the same amount, the rate of reported problems is higher for women than for men. This research explores whether such gender differences may be related to body water volume.