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Under the influence: 3. Role of parliamentary groups Under the influence: 3. Role of parliamentary groups

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Full title: Under the influence: 3. Role of parlimentary groups.

Paper by Jonathan Gornall. Published in BMJ in January 2014.

What’s the story on addiction? Popular myths ... What’s the story on addiction? Popular myths ...

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Full title: What's the story on addiction? Popular myths in the USA and Finland in the USA and Finland

Paper by Matilda Hellman and Robin Room. Published in Critical Public Health in June 2014.

Re: Costs of minimum alcohol pricing would outweigh benefits Re: Costs of minimum alcohol pricing would outweigh benefits

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Paper by David Miller

Published in BMJ

Epidemiology-based risk assessment using the benchmark dose/margin of exposure approach... Epidemiology-based risk assessment using the benchmark dose/margin of exposure approach...

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Full title: Epidemiology-based risk assessment using the benchmark dose/margin of exposure approach: the example of ethanol and liver cirrhosis

Paper by Lachenmeier, Kanteres and Rehm published in the International Journal of Epidemiology in 2011.

Defining substance use disorders: do we really need more than heavy use? Defining substance use disorders: do we really need more than heavy use?

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Authors: Rehm J, Marmet S, Anderson P, Gual A, Kraus L, Nutt DJ, Room R, Samokhvalov AV, Scafato E, Trapencieris M, Wiers RW, Gmel G.

The authors propose that 'Heavy substance use over time' seems to be a definition of substance use disorders in line with results of basic research and epidemiology, which additionally reduces stigmatization and could clarify and unify discussions in the area. 


Published in Alcohol and Alcoholism in November 2013.