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Friday, May 25, 2012

Caffeinated alcoholic beverages: report, policy recommendations and fact sheets

A new report from the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) and the Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia (CARBC) examines the trends and risks of alcohol and caffeine consumption, and provides targeted recommendations for policy makers, public health organizations, healthcare providers and researchers.

View the recommendations in the full report, Caffeinated Alcoholic Beverages in Canada: Prevalence of Use, Risks and Recommended Policy Responses.

Read the accompanying Policy Brief on Alcohol and Caffeine.

CCSA and CARBC have also developed alcohol and caffeine fact sheets for parents and youth:

Youth – Alcohol and Caffeine: a Bad Buzz
Parents – Alcohol and Caffeine: a Bad Buzz