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Alcohol policy and gender: a modelling study estimating gender‐specific effects of alcohol pricing policies
Alcohol pricing policies in England are likely to be more effective at reducing consumption and harm for men than women.
Modelling the number of avoidable new cancer cases in France attributable to alcohol consumption by following official recommendations: a simulation study
Perfect adherence to French alcohol consumption guidelines would likely prevent almost 16,000 cancer cases per year.
Tobacco cigarette and cannabis use among new mothers
Cannabis use has approximately doubled among US new mothers since 2005.
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