A study led by UNSW has found the most robust evidence yet that adolescents who drink regularly are twice as likely to be binge drinkers and drink drivers as adults.
Children and teens who are given alcohol by their parents are twice as likely to be drinking full serves of alcohol by age 15 or 16 but are less likely to binge drink, a UNSW study has found.
Changes to women's alcohol consumption have important implications for how we think about tackling harmful alcohol use, write Tim Slade, Cath Chapman and Maree Teesson.
The best way to protect people from alcohol-fuelled violence is to take a collaborative approach between communities and governments supported by research-based evidence, writes Anthony Shakeshaft.
A community-initiated binge drinking awareness campaign in Indigenous communities is working, according to results released by UNSW's National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.
Join an expert panel at a UNSW public forum to discover just how serious the binge drinking culture is among Generation Y, and what parents and the community can do to reduce the harm.