October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?

Alcoholism At Large

Study: how alcohol harms others
One in five U.S. adults—an estimated 53 million people—experience harm because of someone else’s drinking, according to new research, representing “a significant public health issue.” Similar to how policymakers have addressed the effects of secondhand smoke, society needs to combat the secondhand effects of drinking, the authors state.


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