Research recently published in BMC Public Health found that rather than having health concerns, middle-aged drinkers who consume low-levels of alcohol, place… Read more »
Emma Muhlack is a PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide, interested in the sociology of drug and alcohol consumption and the ethics of interventions. Her current research examines low-risk drinkers and whether it’s ethically justifiable to intervene in their alcohol consumption.
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- How do middle-aged social drinkers perceive their alcohol consumption? - 24th October 2018