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The prevention paradox was first formally described in 1981 by the epidemiologist Geoffrey ... Int J Epidem 2001; vol. 30, no. 3: pp. 442-446. The Prevention Paradox Applies to Alcohol Use and Problems among Adolescents dead link] ...

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Even though alcohol is a CNS depressant, the initial feelings produced by alcohol do not feel depressing.

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Feb 18, 2016 ... Better understanding of the implications of the alcohol harm paradox is needed to develop and target appropriate information on drinking both ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16393194

Addiction. 2006 Jan;101(1):84-90. The extent of the 'prevention paradox' in alcohol problems as a function of population drinking patterns. Rossow I(1) ...

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Mar 4, 2015 ... The use of alternative survey methodologies captures a greater amount of population alcohol use. This also leads to more people being ...

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J Fam Hist. 2004 Jul;29(3):237-52. Drinking like a man: the paradox of excessive drinking for seventeenth-century dutch youths. Roberts B(1). Author information ...

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Jéquier E. Alcohol intake and body weight: a paradox. ... Insulin sensitivity and regular alcohol consumption: large, prospective, cross sectional population study  ...

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The relation between alcohol consumption and body weight remains an enigma for nutritionists. This is an important problem, because the average alcohol ...

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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 ...