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Benzodiazepine use among mothers of small children: a register-based cohort study Benzodiazepine use among mothers of small children: a register-based cohort study

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Authors: Raitasalo K., Holmila M., Autti-Rämö I., Martikainen J.E., Sorvala V.M. & Mäkelä P.

Published in: Addiction, Jan. 2015

Reflections and best practice recommendations for interdisciplinary working... Reflections and best practice recommendations for interdisciplinary working...

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Full title: Reflections and best practice recommendations for interdisciplinary working: a case study on the identification of the determinants of addiction from the Addiction and Lifestyles In Contemporary Europe Reframing Addictions Project.

Paper by Gell L, McLeod J, Holmes J, Buehringer G et al.

Published in Lancet

Can resveratrol in wine protect against the carcinogenicity of ethanol? Can resveratrol in wine protect against the carcinogenicity of ethanol?

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Full title: Can resveratrol in wine protect against the carcinogenicity of ethanol? A probabilistic dose-response assessment.

Paper by Dirk W. Lachenmeier, Rolf Godelmann, Barbara Witt, Kerstin Riedel and Jürgen Rehm.

Published in International Journal of Cancer.

 

Guest Editors’ Introduction Special Issue on Concepts of Addiction in Europe... Guest Editors’ Introduction Special Issue on Concepts of Addiction in Europe...

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Full title: Guest Editors’ Introduction Special Issue on Concepts of Addiction in Europe, 1860s- 1930s

Paper by Virginia Berridge and Alex Mold

Published in The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs

Policy implications of marked reversals of population life expectancy caused by substance use Policy implications of marked reversals of population life expectancy caused by substance use

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Authors: Rehm, J., Anderson, P., Fischer, B., Gual, A. & Room, R.

Published in: BMC Medicine, March 2016