Oar Health Survey Results: Americans' Relationships with Alcohol

Oar Health


May 14, 2022

A significant number of Americans want to drink less or quit, but are unaware of safe, effective medication that can help, according to a new survey conducted by Oar Health.

We surveyed more than 1600 American adults to understand their relationships with alcohol. To see the full results of our survey, click here.


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