ISU Study Found Women Drank More During Pandemic
According to a study at Iowa State University, a certain group of people admit to drinking way more during the pandemic. As reported by Radio Iowa, nearly two-thirds of women drank or are drinking alcohol more often since COVID-19 altered everyone's lives. The professor behind the project, Susan Stewart, found that anxiety related to COVID-19 lead to more women drinking on a daily basis, as well as earlier in the day.