The research published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health is the first to look at the link between alcohol use and grief among adults in Georgia.
Under the new rules taking effect in three years, labels will also have to warn drinkers of the risks to pregnancy, the beverage's calorie content and the number of grams of alcohol it contains.
Some doctors are seeing a disturbing spike in lethal alcoholic liver disease, especially among young women. The recent trend has been supercharged, they say, by the pandemic's isolation and pressures.
Americans are drinking far more during the COVID-19 pandemic. A beer in the evening can feel like a taste of normal life, but health experts worry about alcohol's deadly side effects.