A Life Course Approach to Understanding Racial/Ethnic Differences in Transitions Into and Out of Alcohol Problems.

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Aims Alcohol problems are most prevalent in young adulthood and decrease thereafter, but some studies find that racial/ethnic minorities have elevated alcohol risk beyond the 20s. This study examines racial/ethnic differences in the transitions into and out of alcohol problems, and whether these are explained by heavy drinking (HD), socioeconomic… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/alcalc/agy015

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