Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 17th, 2008
"Quantity and frequency of alcohol intake was measured in 19 698 men and women randomly drawn from the Copenhagen Population Register in 197678. The study population was linked to three different registers in order to detect alcoholism, and average follow-up time was 25 years. After adjustment for all putative confounders, the risk of alcoholism for women increased significantly at 17 drinks per week with a...
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