Alcohol consumption in early adolescence and medical care.

@article{BorrsSantiesteban2016AlcoholCI,
  title={Alcohol consumption in early adolescence and medical care.},
  author={Tania Borr{\'a}s Santiesteban},
  journal={Archivos argentinos de pediatria},
  year={2016},
  volume={114 5},
  pages={
          412-8
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Alcohol consumptionin adolescents is a risky behavior that can be prevented. Objective. To determine health care and alcohol consumption pattern in early adolescence and its relation to determinants of health (biological, environmental, social and health system factors). METHOD A qualitative-quantitative, crosssectional study was carried out in the four schools belonging to Popular Council 8 of Mario Gutiérrez Ardaya health sector in May, 2013. The study universe was made up of… 

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