Brad Cannell

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AIMS In recent years, studies have indicated that consumers of alcohol mixed with energy drink (AmED) are more likely to drink heavily and experience more negative consequences than consumers who avoid these beverages. Although researchers have identified a number of plausible hypotheses that explain how alcohol-energy drink co-ingestion could cause greater(More)
When the Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test (MAST) was administered to 245 students on two midwestern college campuses, 29% of the students on the small, private college campus and 19% on the large state university campus scored more than 4 points, indicating possible alcoholism. The authors hope that this study will stimulate further research on alcoholism(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine prospective associations between changes in physical activity (PA) and changes in physical performance measures (PPMs) over 6 years in older women. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. SETTING Forty clinical centers in the United States. PARTICIPANTS Women aged 65 and older (mean age 69.8) enrolled in the Women's Health Initiative(More)
BACKGROUND Scant research has examined event-level risk factors for impaired driving in natural drinking settings. This study assessed driving self-efficacy among intoxicated individuals to better understand decision-making about alcohol-impaired driving at night after exiting on-premise drinking establishments. METHODS Interview and breath test data were(More)
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