Controversial WA anti drinking ad targets red wine

The advertisement, known as “Spread”, uses an animation of red wine spreading into the bloodstream, increasing the risk of cancer in the liver, bowel and throat. A study of 83 alcohol education advertisements from around the world, published in the British Medical Journal Open, found it was the most effective at motivating drinkers to reduce their consumption. Source, The West Australian.

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Wine Women conducts compensation survey for women in the wine industry

WINE WOMEN seeks North Bay women working in the wine industry to take their Compensation Survey by May 31, 2017. Having just held its first Equal Pay Day event at Napa Valley College’s Performing Arts Center, the professional trade organization developed their survey as an outcome of their speakers’ discussion at the event they held on April 4. […]

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