Alcohol consumption and mortality from all causes, coronary heart disease, and stroke: results from a prospective cohort study of scottish men with 21 years of follow up.

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OBJECTIVES To relate alcohol consumption to mortality. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. SETTING 27 workplaces in the west of Scotland. PARTICIPANTS 5766 men aged 35-64 when screened in 1970-3 who answered questions on their usual weekly alcohol consumption. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Mortality from all causes, coronary heart disease, stroke, and alcohol… (More)

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@article{Hart1999AlcoholCA, title={Alcohol consumption and mortality from all causes, coronary heart disease, and stroke: results from a prospective cohort study of scottish men with 21 years of follow up.}, author={Carole Hart and G. D. Smith and David Hole and Victor M Hawthorne}, journal={BMJ}, year={1999}, volume={318 7200}, pages={1725-9} }