RRForum Research Briefs: Insights and learnings from 25 years of research in responsible retailing

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RRForum Research Briefs: Insights and learnings from 25 years of research in responsible retailing Source: RRForum October 25, 2021 Research Brief #3: How to improve compliance rates – Part II Brad Krevor, Ph. D An early RRForum study that examined the impact of mystery shops and the optimal frequency of inspections unexpectedly revealed how public health and safety agencies, and …

Alcohol Is the Breast Cancer Risk No One Wants to Talk About

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Alcohol Is the Breast Cancer Risk No One Wants to Talk About As companies roll out the pink beer in October to raise awareness of the disease, one group is urging young women to think twice. WIRED By Michele Cohen Marill October 5, 2021 AS OCTOBER USHERS in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the social media campaign Drink Less for …

Tech hosts National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week

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Tech hosts National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week Daily Toreader.com By Tana Thompson, Staff Writer October 19, 2021 National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week began Monday, Oct. 18 and ends Friday, Oct. 22. Colleges across the country are aiming to help students become more aware of alcohol abuse, drunk driving and how to make healthier decisions. Mia Chu, a Risk Intervention and …

University of Kentucky fraternity member found unresponsive dies of ‘presumed alcohol toxicity’

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University of Kentucky fraternity member found unresponsive dies of ‘presumed alcohol toxicity’ KGET by Janel Forte, Taylor Delandro Octobert 21, 2021 LEXINGTON, Ky. (NewsNation Now) — A first-year University of Kentucky student died after being found unresponsive at a fraternity house, and the coroner’s office said the student died from “presumed alcohol toxicity.’ Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn identified the …

University of Missouri halts all fraternity events after apparent alcohol poisoning

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University of Missouri halts all fraternity events after apparent alcohol poisoning Fox News By Peter Aitken October 22, 2021 The University of Missouri-Columbia has suspended all fraternity activities following an incident at an alcohol-fueled party Tuesday night. A student was found unresponsive early Wednesday following an outrageous Phi Gamma Delta party where students consumed significant amounts of alcohol. The student …

Alcohol Consumption is a Risk Factor for Rosacea

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Alcohol Consumption is a Risk Factor for Rosacea Dermatology Advisor By Colby Strong October 21, 2021 Alcohol consumption was found to be a risk factor for phymatous rosacea, in this study. Credit: Getty Images Alcohol consumption increases the risk for phymatous rosacea, according to study findings published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. Researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis …

United Kingdom: Grey-area drinking: pandemic’s heavy drinkers are ignoring risks

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United Kingdom: Grey-area drinking: pandemic’s heavy drinkers are ignoring the health risks The Conversation By Beth Daley, Editor and General Manager October 21, 2021 Increased drinking during the pandemic has created a group of people who don’t see themselves as alcoholics but have difficulty abstaining from alcohol for any length of time. This group, starting to be called grey-area drinkers, …

Alcohol is one of the biggest risks for breast cancer, warns World Health Organization

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Alcohol is one of the biggest risks for breast cancer, warns World Health Organization Euronews.next By Pascale Davies October 19, 2021 There is no safe level of alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer increases with each unit of alcohol per day, says the World Health Organization (WHO). Alcohol consumption is one of the “major modifiable risk factors” for …

AK: Life vs. Liquor: The average Alaskan would give up four years of their life to keep drinking alcohol, survey reveals

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AK: Life vs. Liquor: The average Alaskan would give up four years of their life to keep drinking alcohol, survey reveals Anchorage Press October 20, 2021 Science and Sobriety: There are many behaviors and habits we’ve developed and continue despite studies having proven that they have adverse health complications – from smoking cigarettes and drinking too much coffee, to the overconsumption …

Boom in home-delivered alcohol opens the door to underage drinking

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Boom in home-delivered alcohol opens the door to underage drinking Phys.org by Sax Institute October 13, 2021 A rapid expansion in online liquor delivery services is making it easier for minors to obtain alcohol, due to regulatory holes and non-compliance with legal requirements, say the authors of a study published today. Reporting in Public Health Research & Practice, a peer-reviewed journal …