Alcohol use is a major source of harm to health, to families and communities, and to national development.
Alcohol is promoted by an industry that glamorizes consumption in all areas of life and creates positive norms in children around alcohol consumption.
Smart policies can reset the environment and reduce the health and social burden of alcohol. Reset Alcohol puts proven policies, technical expertise and financial resources at the fingertips of governments who are ready to act towards a healthier, more prosperous future.
Policy Brief: Reducing Childhood Lead Poisoning in Indonesia
A content analysis of e-cigarette marketing on social media: Findings from the Tobacco…
Evaluation of two short standardized regimens for the treatment of rifampicin-resistant tuberculosis (STREAM…
“Love with Less Salt”: evaluation of a sodium reduction mass media campaign in…
Vital Strategies – Cancer Registries Program
Report on Legal Framework Assessment on Civil Registration, Vital Statistics and Identification Management…
Integrated Use of Low-Cost Sensors to Strengthen Air Quality Management
Prioritizing Children: Environmental Health Indicators for China
Racial Disparities in United States Overdose Rates
Overdose Prevention Centers