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Drinking problems and mortality risk in the United States

We examine the links between 41 problems related to alcohol consumption and the risk of death among adults in the United States. We use Cox proportional hazards models and data from the nationally representative prospective National Health Interview Survey-Linked Mortality Files (NHIS-LMF). Drinking... Full description

Journal Title: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 01 June 2015, Vol.151, pp.38-46
Main Author: Rogers, Richard G
Other Authors: Boardman, Jason D , Pendergast, Philip M , Lawrence, Elizabeth M
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  • Mortality
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  • Social Welfare & Social Work
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description: We examine the links between 41 problems related to alcohol consumption and the risk of death among adults in the United States. We use Cox proportional hazards models and data from the nationally representative prospective National Health Interview Survey-Linked Mortality Files (NHIS-LMF). Drinking problems are relatively common among moderate and heavy drinkers and these problems are associated with increases in the risk of death. The strongest associations between problem drinking and mortality involved cases in which physicians, family members, or friends intervened to suggest reduced drinking. Losing one's job because of drinking problems within their lifetime (HR = 1.36, 95% confidence interval [CI]: 1.11, 1.65) was strongly linked to mortality risk. Social risks were equally or more strongly linked to mortality than physiological consequences of alcohol abuse such as lifetime reports of needing...
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