Drinking in transition: trends in alcohol consumption in Russia 1994-2004
- Has mortality related to alcohol decreased in Sweden? Romelsjo, Anders; Agren, Gunnar // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);7/20/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6489, p167
Presents a study on the mortality rate related to alcohol in Sweden. Effects of a decrease in the consumption of alcohol on deaths related to alcohol; Information on live cirrhosis and pancreatitis; Diagnosis of alcoholic psychosis, alcoholism and alcohol intoxication in persons with...
- Alcohol and the emergency service patient. Holt, S.; Stewart, I.C.; Dixon, J.M.; Elton, R.A.; Taylor, T.V.; Little, K. // British Medical Journal;9/6/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6241, p638
Determines the prevalence of alcohol use in casualty patients breath-alcohol analysis. Role of alcohol abuse in mortality and morbidity from road traffic, industrial and recreational accidents; Unreliability of clinical diagnosis of alcohol intoxification; Effects of alcohol on...
- Patterns of Alcohol Drinking and All-Cause Mortality: Results from a Large-Scale Population-based Cohort Study in Japan. Tomomi Marugame; Seiichiro Yamamoto; Itsuro Yoshimi; Tomotaka Sobue; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane // American Journal of Epidemiology;May2007, Vol. 165 Issue 9, p1039
To evaluate the hypothesis that, in terms of all-cause death, drinking alcohol 1â€“4 days per week is less harmful than daily (5â€“7 days/week) drinking of the same quantity of alcohol, a prospective cohort study using a self-administered questionnaire was conducted in Japan between...
- Are there net health benefits from moderate drinking? All-cause mortality. Anderson, Peter // Contemporary Drug Problems;Spring94, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p143
Focuses on the relationship between alcohol consumption and all-cause mortality. Measure of individual alcohol consumption; Measure of individual risk of mortality related to alcohol consumption; Aggregate risk for the whole population.
- Alcohol-related deaths: Birmingham Coroner's records 1980. Whittington, R.M. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/17/1982, Vol. 284 Issue 6323, p1162
Investigates the statistics of alcohol-related deaths in Birmingham, England. Reference made on the Coroner's records in 1980; Relation of deaths to the consumption of alcohol; Variation on alcohol consumption of different ethnic groups.
- Alcohol use and mortality rates from various causes. Kirchner, Jeffrey T. // American Family Physician;5/1/1998, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p2227
Presents information on an assessment of the relationship of death rates from various causes and alcohol consumption in American adults. Indication that there are higher death rates of persons who consume alcohol; How the study was conducted; Statistical information representing the study.
- Alcohol and Mortality. Klatsky, Arthur L.; Friedman, Gary D.; Siegelaub, Abraham B. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Aug81, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p139
Presents a study on 10-year mortality in relation to baseline alcohol use habits among four groups of 2,015 persons, well matched for age, sex, race and cigarette smoking. Analysis of cause of death according to alcohol habit; Cigarette use among the heavier drinkers; Mortality according to...
- Beer binging and mortality: Results from Kuopio ischaemic heart disease risk factor study... Kauhanen, Jussi; Kaplan, George A. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);10/04/97, Vol. 315 Issue 7112, p846
Examines the association between beer binging and mortality in Finland. Subjects; Baseline examination; All cause mortality; Cardiovascular mortality; External deaths; Myocardial infarctions.
- Per-capita Alcohol Consumption and All-cause Male Mortality in Australia, 1911-2006. Livingston, Michael; Wilkinson, Claire // Australasian Science;Apr2013, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p196
Aims: Given the variety of relationships found between alcohol consumption and health using individual data (both negative and positive), the likely impact of changes in population-level alcohol consumption on health at the population level is not clear. This paper uses historical data from 1911...