Comprehensive community interventions to promote health: implications for college-age drinking problems.

@article{Hingson2002ComprehensiveCI,
  title={Comprehensive community interventions to promote health: implications for college-age drinking problems.},
  author={Ralph Waldo Hingson and Jonathan Howland},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol. Supplement},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={226-40}
}
OBJECTIVE This article reviews comprehensive community interventions that sought to reduce (1) cardiovascular disease risks; (2) smoking; (3) alcohol use disorders, alcohol-related injury and illicit drug use; or (4) sexual risk taking that could lead to HIV infection, sexually transmitted disease and pregnancy. METHOD Comprehensive community programs typically involve multiple city government agencies as well as private citizens and organizations and use multiple intervention strategies such… CONTINUE READING
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