Managing Alcohol Problems and Risky Drinking

  title={Managing Alcohol Problems and Risky Drinking},
  author={T. Babor and M. Aguirre-Molina and G. Marlatt and R. Clayton},
  journal={American Journal of Health Promotion},
  pages={103 - 98}
  • T. Babor, M. Aguirre-Molina, +1 author R. Clayton
  • Published 1999
  • Medicine
  • American Journal of Health Promotion
  • While overall alcohol consumption and alcohol-related automobile deaths have declined, rates of alcohol dependence, liver cirrhosis, and alcohol-related problems remain high among adults, and binge drinking continues as a major health risk for high school and college students. Some individual-level downstream interventions have been evaluated with sufficient rigor to recommend widespread dissemination, and widened availability of new pharmacotherapies could further increase effectiveness… CONTINUE READING
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