Drinking patterns and health status in smoking and nonsmoking alcoholics.

Abstract

Alcoholics who smoked also reported that they drank more frequently and consumed more alcohol on drinking occasions than alcoholics who did not smoke, a practice that resulted in a substantially greater lifetime alcohol consumption in the smokers. Smoking alcoholics also consumed more cigarettes and reported more smoking-related physical symptoms than… (More)

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@article{York1995DrinkingPA, title={Drinking patterns and health status in smoking and nonsmoking alcoholics.}, author={James L. York and J A Hirsch}, journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research}, year={1995}, volume={19 3}, pages={666-73} }