Electronic Feedback in College Student Drinking Prevention and Intervention
Development, Prevention, and Treatment of Alcohol-Induced Organ Injury: The Role of Nutrition
AUD Risk, Diagnoses, and Course in a Prospective Study Across Two Generations: Implications for Prevention
A large proportion of the population consume alcoholic beverages at some time in their lives. For most people, alcohol consumption is low to moderate and is not associated with harmful physiological, psychological, or social outcomes. However, for a substantial number of individuals, alcohol consumption increases over time; leads to the development of tolerance and alcohol-related...
Advances in Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Interventions Among Racial, Ethnic, and Sexual Minority Populations
Gaps in Clinical Prevention and Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders: Costs, Consequences, and Strategies
Heavy drinking takes a high toll on society. Other articles in this issue summarize the disease burden and economic cost to society attributable to alcohol use, which provide a powerful incentive to develop and implement ways to reduce them. The focus of this article is on the role of selective (i.e., clinical) prevention and treatment approaches for heavy drinkers and people with alcohol use...
Tracking the When, Where, and With Whom of Alcohol Use: Integrating Ecological Momentary Assessment and Geospatial Data to Examine Risk for Alcohol-Related Problems
NIAAA's College Alcohol Intervention Matrix
Alcohol Use Disorder and Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease
Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is prevalent worldwide, and the burden of heavy alcohol consumption has been increasing over time. An important complication of prolonged, heavy alcohol use is alcohol-associated liver disease (ALD), which can progress from liver steatosis to fibrosis and cirrhosis and frequently involves alcohol-associated hepatitis. In particular, cirrhosis—the most...
Putting the Screen in Screening: Technology-Based Alcohol Screening and Brief Interventions in Medical Settings
Enhancing the Use of Vehicle Alcohol Interlocks With Emerging Technology