A ‘perfect storm’ in developing countries
Medications to treat heavy drinking
Alcohol and the so-called prevention paradox
COMMENTS ON SKOG (2006)
ISSUES FOR FURTHER REFLECTIONS
UNDERSTANDING THE PREVENTION PARADOX
MANY IMPORTANT ALCOHOL PROBLEMS ARE WIDELY DISPERSED
The dangerousness of drugs
Conversation with M. Douglas Anglin
Substance abuse and dependence in prisoners
A meta-analysis of voucher-based reinforcement therapy for substance use disorders
Ethyl sulphate
Rates and predictors of relapse after natural and treated remission from alcohol use disorders
Enforcing the minimum drinking age
Trends in alcohol-related harms and offences in a liberalized alcohol environment
Economic and cultural correlates of cannabis use among mid-adolescents in 31 countries
Prevalence of HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis among injecting drug users in Russia
A comparison of contingency management and cognitive-behavioral approaches for stimulant-dependent individuals
Methadone versus buprenorphine in pregnant addicts
Prediction of adolescent smoking from family and social risk factors at 5 years, and maternal smoking in pregnancy and at 5 and 14 years
WHAT CAME FIRST? COMMENT ON DOM ET AL. (2006)
EARLY-ONSET ALCOHOLISM
DELAY DISCOUNTING AND EARLY ONSET ALCOHOLISM
COMMENTS ON ROSSOW & ROMELSJÖ (2006). DISPELLING ILLUSIONS ABOUT THE PREVENTION PARADOX
COMMENTS ON ROSSOW & ROMELSJÖ (2006). THE PREVENTION PARADOX
THE CORE MESSAGE IN THE PREVENTION PARADOX
Grundzüge zur Dipsobiostatik, oder politisch-arithmetische, auf ärztliche Beobachtung gegründete Darstellung der Nachtheile, welche durch den Missbrauch der geistigen Getränke in Hinsicht auf Bevölkerung und Lebensdauer sich ergeben [Basic characteristics of dipsobiostatik or political–arithmetical presentation of physician's observations of consequences of alcohol misuse and its influence on public health and lifetime],
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