The prevention paradox was first formally described in 1981 by the
epidemiologist Geoffrey ... Carol Emslie, Int J Epidem 2001; vol. 30, no. 3: pp. 442
-446. The Prevention Paradox Applies to Alcohol...
Feb 18, 2016 ... Better understanding of the implications of the alcohol harm paradox is needed to
develop and target appropriate information on drinking both ...
Even though alcohol is a CNS depressant, the initial feelings produced by
alcohol do not feel depressing.
Data are readily available on the relationship between altering the regulation of
alcohol availability and changes in total consumption, in drinking for purposes of
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3.1 The role that alcohol plays in overall health inequalities. 12. 3.2 The 'alcohol
harm paradox'. 13. 3.3 Consumption patterns. 14. 3.4 Inaccurate consumption ...
Nevertheless, epidemiologic analysis suggests that chronic alcohol consumption
tends to quell carbohydrate cravings, most notably in women (2). Thus ...
24 May 2016 – The recent release of data by Euromonitor suggest that alcohol
consumption globally might have flattened. Specifically, consumption has ...
Mar 4, 2015 ... The use of alternative survey methodologies captures a greater amount of
population alcohol use. This also leads to more people being ...
Summary. Drinkers in the general population who exceed the 'safe limits'
advocated by various experts are undoubtedly at high risk of alcohol-related
harm, yet ...
Feb 18, 2016 ... Hypotheses to explain this alcohol harm paradox include deprived ... The ordinal
relationship between alcohol consumption and harm is also ...