Date PostedSeptember 22, 2015

Study shows Alcohol Labels Ineffective

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Source: www.smh.com.au

Research out of Deakin University reveals that alcohol labels are ineffective and are failing to convey health messages to the public.

Researchers from the university’s school of psychology examined awareness of the voluntary warning labels and the ‘Get the facts’ logo prompting drinkers to the DrinkWise website. The researchers found that the voluntary warnings are failing.

Find out more at:

https://ajp.com.au/news/alcohol-warning-labels-are-failing-new-research/

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