Drinking patterns and problems, drug use and health services utilization: a comparison of two regions in the US general population.

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While substance abuse has been found to be over-represented in some primary care settings, we do not know under what circumstances this association may vary, and whether it may be linked to differences in attitudes regarding alcohol use as reflected in regional rates of abstention and heavy or problem drinking. Data are reported from the Southern and… (More)

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@article{Cherpitel1999DrinkingPA, title={Drinking patterns and problems, drug use and health services utilization: a comparison of two regions in the US general population.}, author={Cheryl J Cherpitel}, journal={Drug and alcohol dependence}, year={1999}, volume={53 3}, pages={231-7} }