///Moderate Consumption

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Código de Comunicación Comercial del Vino (Code of Commercial Communications of Wine)

The Code is a set of rules for self-regulation on advertising and commercial communications with the objective of promoting moderation and responsibility in the consumption of wine, as well as preventing its inappropriate use by underage consumers, pregnant women and drivers.

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Sponsor: Organización Interprofesional del Vino de España

Código de Comunicación Comercial del Vino (Code of Commercial Communications of Wine)2019-01-21T15:48:55+01:00

Best Bar None

Programme aimed primarily at promoting responsible management and operation of alcohol licensed premises.

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Sponsor: U.K. Home Office, Diageo, Heineken and Pernod Ricard

Best Bar None2018-10-18T17:44:56+01:00

TeenHealth

An article directed for teens explaining how alcohol affects the body. Also includes advice on how to deal with peer preassure and how to get help.

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Sponsor: Nemours

TeenHealth2018-09-19T17:30:24+01:00

Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking

Project to improve student health at colleges and universities, with an emphasis on high risk drinking, through a collaborative model of rapid change.

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Sponsor: National College Health Improvement Project, Darthmouth College

Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking2018-09-18T16:57:46+01:00

The Other Hangover

Student-driven campaign designed to combat high-risk drinking on the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities campus.

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Sponsor: University of Minnesota

The Other Hangover2018-09-18T16:51:09+01:00

Women and Drinking

A booklet that provides a variety of health information for women that choose to consume alcohol beverages. The booklet covers the health benefits of alcohol beverage consumption, as well as the risks of over consumption.

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Sponsor: U.S. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the Office of Research on Women’s Health

Women and Drinking2018-09-12T17:54:05+01:00

Reduce Violence Against Women

A report that includes a campaign to raise the awareness about the dangers of accepting drinks from an unfamiliar person.

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Sponsor: Violence against Women Specialist Unit of the NSW Attorney General’s Department

Reduce Violence Against Women2018-09-12T17:44:52+01:00

Who’s looking out for you?

A campaign to warn young women about how consumption may affect one’s judgment and awareness.

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Sponsor: Portman Group

Who’s looking out for you?2018-09-12T17:41:38+01:00

Wine and Health Information

A brochure with information on wine consumption and benefits or risks associated with common health conditions (e.g., pregnancy, diabetes, asthma, etc.)

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Sponsor: The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI)

Wine and Health Information2018-09-12T17:34:53+01:00

Benefits of Moderate Consumption

The Wine Information Council is an online public scientific database that gathers, assesses and disseminates research about wine, health and social aspects.

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Sponsor: Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre programme

Benefits of Moderate Consumption2018-09-11T13:55:54+01:00