An evaluation of alcoholism services in Minnesota using a social indicator method.

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Alcohol-related events in Minnesota are assessed using a social indicator method. Eight events have shown rate average increases of 2.0 to 13.5 per cent per year over the last 7 to 14 years, with most events increasing 5 to 7 per cent. These include traffic fatalities, alcoholic cirrhosis deaths, alcohol deaths, arrest for liquor law violations, convictions… (More)

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