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Prediction Of Alcoholism From Alcohol Availability, Alcohol Consumption And Demographic Data.
I. Colón, H. Cutter, W. C. Jones
Published 1982 · Medicine
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Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption, and socio-cultural, economic and demographic variables have all been posited to influence the incidence of alcoholism. The relationship of these variables to liver cirrhosis mortality as an index of alcoholism is the subject of this study. Cirrhosis mortality was predicted in the fifty states and the District of Columbia.
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