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SearchQA: A New Q&A Dataset Augmented with Context from a Search Engine
We publicly release a new large-scale dataset, called SearchQA, for machine comprehension, or question-answering. Expand
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The epidemiology of anabolic-androgenic steroid use among Australian secondary school students.
There is evidence to suggest that the prevalence of anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) is higher among young people than the general population. The purpose of the current study was to examine theExpand
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The non‐medical use of steroids in Australia: results from a general population survey
  • M. Dunn
  • Medicine
  • Australian and New Zealand journal of public…
  • 1 October 2010
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The epidemiology of GHB and ketamine use in an Australian household survey.
BACKGROUND There have been apparent increases in recent years in the illicit use of ketamine and gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), but to date there has been no examination of the epidemiology of use inExpand
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Factors associated with driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs among an Australian sample of regular ecstasy users.
The aim of the present study was to investigate factors associated with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and other drugs (ecstasy, cannabis and methamphetamine) among a group of regularExpand
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The Role of Food Banks in Addressing Food Insecurity: A Systematic Review
Food banks play a major role in the food aid sector by distributing donated and purchased groceries directly to food insecure families. The public health implications of food insecurity areExpand
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Substance use to enhance academic performance among Australian university students
Abstract Use of substances to enhance academic performance among university students has prompted calls for evidence to inform education and public health policy. Little is known about this form ofExpand
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The Epidemiology of Ecstasy Use and Harms in Australia
Aims:This paper examines the epidemiology of ecstasy use and harm in Australia using multiple data sources. Design: The data included (1) Australian Customs Service 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamineExpand
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Pills and pints: risky drinking and alcohol-related harms among regular ecstasy users in Australia.
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS A significant proportion of young Australians engage in risky alcohol consumption, and an increasing minority are regular ecstasy (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine) users.Expand
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Emerging psychoactive substance use among regular ecstasy users in Australia.
BACKGROUND The past decade has seen the development of an array of emerging psychoactive substances (EPS), however, there is minimal information on the extent of their use outside Europe. This studyExpand
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