antialcohol

antialcohol

(ˌæntɪˈælkəhɒl)
adj
relating to an opposition to alcoholic drink
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2011) Fear Versus Humor: The Impact of Sensation Seeking on Physiological, Cognitive, and Emotional Responses to Antialcohol Abuse Messages.
It included daily doses of the antialcohol drug Antabuse and monthly injections of Vivitrol which prevents drug users from relapsing.
The situation is far removed from the "epidemic" scare stories spread by antialcohol campaigners.
With the antialcohol movement growing strong, the government rationed the wheat by refusing to allow any of it to be used in the production of alcohol.
An increased quantity of alcohol results in the increase of cardiovascular mortality; (36); for example, the decrease in CVD mortality, observed in the 1980s and 1990s in Russia, was considered as an effect of reduced alcohol consumption that was the result of Gorbachev's antialcohol campaign.
In 1948, the state initiated a Social Antialcohol Committee composed of state-controlled organizations that were to coordinate all temperance activity and impose the state monopoly over temperance movements.
THE Scottish Parliament is to be congratulated on passing antialcohol legislation to reduce the blood/alcohol limit for motorists, thereby significantly reducing deaths and injuries on our roads.
Answer: The advertising of alcohol brands, including cider, is generally prohibited in Poland under its antialcohol regulations but an exception is made for beer brands which are widely promoted at most Polish football matches.
He added: "It is not an antialcohol initiative, nor does the campaign urge people to give up alcohol for good, but rather to redefine their relationship with alcohol.
His explicit goals for long-term socioeconomic development, articulated repeatedly in the run-up to the spring 2012 presidential elections, include the development of a "comprehensive population conversation strategy" to address demographic decline, the promotion of healthy lifestyles through exercise and antitobacco and antialcohol campaigns, the provision of about $4 billion for the development of Russia's pharmaceutical industry, continuation of a pronatal policy that provides substantial payments to families producing two or more children, and increasing doctors' salaries to double the national average by 2020.
The NEJM study got worldwide attention and led to a spate of antialcohol pronouncements.
And his admittedly nonscientific conclusion was that "the members of the wine industry are not purveyors of poison, as the antialcohol lobby groups would have us believe, but actually delayers of death and will help you to die young as late as possible.