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Alcohol consumption, drinking patterns, and ischemic heart disease... Alcohol consumption, drinking patterns, and ischemic heart disease...

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Date added: 06/17/2015
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Full title: Alcohol consumption, drinking patterns, and ischemic heart disease: a narrative review of meta-analyses and a systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of heavy drinking occasions on risk for moderate drinkers.

Paper by Michael Roerecke and Jürgen Rehm.

Published in BMC Medicine

Alcohol-free spirits as novel alcohol placebo – a viable approach to reduce alcohol-related harms? Alcohol-free spirits as novel alcohol placebo – a viable approach to reduce alcohol-related harms?

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Date added: 05/12/2016
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Authors: Lachenmeier, D.W., Pflaum, T., Nieborowsky, N., Mayer, S., & Rehm, J.

Published in: International Journal of Drug Policy

ALICE RAP presented at the World Research and Innovation Congress ALICE RAP presented at the World Research and Innovation Congress

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Date added: 01/16/2014
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Interview with Peter Anderson

 

Speaking candidly about ill-founded perceptions of addiction, Dr Peter Anderson, co-leader of the pioneering and transdisciplinary ALICE RAP initiative, is working to define new approaches to better support those most in need.

http://www.research-europe.com/magazine/HEALTHCARE2/EF24/index.html

 

And that is where the fun ends – General practitioners’ conceptualisation of the line between... And that is where the fun ends – General practitioners’ conceptualisation of the line between...

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Date added: 04/01/2016
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Full title: And that is where the fun ends – General practitioners’ conceptualisation of the line between recreational and problem gambling

Authors: Egerer, M. D. & Marionneau, V. K.

Published in: Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, March 2015

Are mass-media campaigns effective in preventing drug use? A Cochrane systematic review and ... Are mass-media campaigns effective in preventing drug use? A Cochrane systematic review and ...

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Date added: 05/04/2016
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Full title: Are mass-media campaigns effective in preventing drug use? A Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis

Authors: Allara E., Ferri M., Bo A., Gasparrini A., Faggiano F.

Published in: BMJ Open