Drug and Alcohol Review Publishes Special Issue on Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines
Drug and Alcohol Review (DAR), the journal of the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD), has released a special issue exploring the evidence and controversies related to low-risk drinking guidelines. Topics include:
- Constructing and responding to low-risk drinking guidelines.
- A relative-risk approach to estimating hazardous consumption.
- Evaluating the validity of alternative drinking guidelines.
- Differences in drinking guidelines across countries.
- “Acceptable” risk during pregnancy.
- Drinking and youth: Is there a “low risk” drinking level?
- The place of reported cardioprotective effects in shaping drinking guidelines.
- Awareness of drinking guidelines in the general public.
- Marketing responsible drinking: Competing voices and interests.
Visit the DAR homepage at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dar.2012.31.issue-2/issuetoc to access articles on these and other guideline-related topics.