Analysis

How much of alcohol's "health benefits" relate to a consumer's socio-economic status? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 195

Most popular

Why water has become more important than wine

Should Campari Group be renamed Aperol Group?

just-drinks speaks to A-B InBev CEO Carlos Brito

Stoli Group’s AC/DC Thunderstruck Tequila- Comment

MORE

It has long been recognised from epidemiologic studies that both the positive and negative health effects of alcohol consumption are modified by an individual's socio-economic status (SES). Higher SES subjects (higher education, income, job status, etc.) are more likely to be regular moderate drinkers, while lower SES subjects are more likely to binge drink and under-report their alcohol intake.


Related Content

Does socio-economic status increase risks from alcohol consumption? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 199

Does socio-economic status increase risks from alcohol consumption? - International Scientific Forum...

Female? Smoker? What you should know about alcohol consumption - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 215

Female? Smoker? What you should know about alcohol consumption - International Scientific Forum on A...

How much alcohol will kill you, and when? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 205

How much alcohol will kill you, and when? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Criti...

How much should you drink to help you live longer? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 204

How much should you drink to help you live longer? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Resea...

Oops! This article is copy protected.

Why can’t I copy the text on this page?

The ability to copy articles is specially reserved for people who are part of a group membership.

How do I become a group member?

To find out how you and your team can copy and share articles and save money as part of a group membership call Sean Clinton on
+44 (0)1527 573 736 or complete this form..



Forgot your password?