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LATEST ARTICLES from AIM DIgest (up to May Edition 2017)

> Features of alcohol harm reduction advertisements that most motivate reduced drinking among adults
> SmartStart: Results of a large point of entry study into preloading alcohol and associated behaviours
> Adverse childhood experiences, mental health, and excessive alcohol use: Examination of race/ethnicity and sex differences
> Trajectories of risky drinking around the time of statutory retirement
> The affect of the economic crisis on alcohol consumption in an older European economically active
> Has the role of personal income in alcohol drinking among teenagers changed between 1983 and 2013?
> Drivers killed in crashes more likely to have used drugs than alcohol
> Impact of a new law to reduce the legal blood alcohol concentration limit in Chile
> Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme (STAMPP): a school- and community-based cluster randomised controlled trial
> New Community Alcohol Partnerships form in the UK
> Portman Group confirms new CEO appointment
> Festival goers targeted with ‘morning after’ drinkdrive message
> Statistics on Alcohol England 2017 & latest OPN drinking figures
> France modified guidelines
> New alliance to promote responsible drinking in Singapore
> Anti-drunk driving campaigns should include pedestrians and cyclists
> Canadian government introduces changes to impaired driving laws
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South Australia legislation to prevent underage drinking

> Prom most likely time for teens to drink alcohol?
> First worldwide outdoor campaign on road safety by the FIA
> Drinkaware launched their five year plan
> Heineken to launch alcohol-free product
> AIM welcomes an additional Social Scientific and Medical Council member
> Alcohol-control PSAs and drunkdriving fatalities in the United States
> Evaluating the effect of the zero tolerance drinking and driving law in Brazil
> Parental supply of alcohol in childhood and risky drinking in adolescence
> Trends in alcohol consumption among older Americans
> Correlates of alcohol consumption on heavy drinking occasions of young risky drinkers
> Predictors of breath alcohol concentrations in college parties
> The effectiveness of current French health warnings displayed on alcohol advertisements and alcoholic beverages
> Purchases by heavier drinking young people concentrated in lower priced beverages: implications for policy
> Stronger declines in youth alcohol consumption due to stronger integrated alcohol policies in Holland?
> Peer influence, peer selection and adolescent alcohol use
> The effectiveness of Liquor legislation to reduce facial injury from alcohol related assaults House of Lords Select Committee on the Licensing Act 2003 report
> AET runners up in the national Education Resource Awards 2017
> Communicating the UK Chief Medical Officers’ low risk drinking guidelines
> 1 in 3 people in Ireland want to drink less but struggle to do so
> ‘Drink less, gain more’ – HSE launches Ask About Alcohol campaign
> Labelling of alcoholic beverages – EU Commission report
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Attitudes towards low- and nonalcoholic drinks

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Australia: ACT government proposes major liquor law overhaul

> Belgium government draft legislation
> Diageo launches interactive DrinkIQ
> National Alcohol Policy in Ghana
> Alcohol Research UK and Alcohol Concern merger
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International digest promoting the responsible consumption of alcohol

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Examining the risk and benefits of alcohol consumption

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