Ecological associations of alcohol outlets with underage and young adult injuries.

@article{Gruenewald2010EcologicalAO,
  title={Ecological associations of alcohol outlets with underage and young adult injuries.},
  author={P. Gruenewald and B. Freisthler and L. Remer and E. A. Lascala and A. Treno and W. Ponicki},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={2010},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={
          519-27
        }
}
OBJECTIVE This paper argues that associations between rates of 3 specific problems related to alcohol (i.e., accidents, traffic crashes, and assaults) should be differentially related to densities of alcohol outlets among underage youth and young adults based upon age-related patterns of alcohol outlet use. METHODS Zip code-level population models assessed local and distal effects of alcohol outlets upon rates of hospital discharges for these outcomes. RESULTS Densities of off-premise… Expand
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