Parents’ lenient attitudes towards drinking linked to greater alcohol use among children

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            Credit:  Carlos Blanco (Unsplash)

Beer Credit: Carlos Blanco (Unsplash)

Our study suggests that when parents have a lenient attitude towards their children drinking alcohol, this can lead to their child drinking more frequently - and drinking too much

Mariliis Tael-Oeren

Food and drinks industry uses non-profit organisation to campaign against public health policies, study finds

Children from disadvantaged backgrounds and certain ethnic minorities do less vigorous physical activity

Discovery of genetic variants that protect against obesity and type 2 diabetes could lead to new weight loss medicines

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