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Feb
2004

: Most studies on the effect of alcohol consumption on coronary heart disease or all-cause mortality assess alcohol intake at one point in time and therefore do not take into consideration changes in drinking habits over time. We investigate whether a second assessment of alcohol intake substantially improves estimation of the effects of alcohol intake on these outcomes.
: A prospective cohort study of 2710 men and women, age 35-64 years at baseline in 1984/85 in the Augsburg region in southern Germany.

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Jun
2015

To examine the relationship of alcohol consumption, alcohol use disorder and mortality.
A cohort of 4316 male former Vietnam-era US army personnel participating in telephone survey and medical examination in middle age (mean age 38.3 years) in 1985-1986 was used.

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May
2004

This study sought to examine relationships between alcohol drinking and cardiovascular disease mortality and all-cause mortality.
From March 1985 through December 1999, 2, 696 males and 3, 595 females aged 55 or over as of 1985 were followed up for their mortality until 31 December 1999. We calculated the mortality risk ratios by level of alcohol consumption.

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Jan
2013

Alcohol use disorders (AUDs) are associated with the highest all-cause mortality rates of all mental disorders. The majority of patients with AUDs never receive inpatient treatment for their AUD, and there is lack of data about their mortality risks despite their constituting the majority of those affected. Absenteeism from work (sick leave) due to an AUD likely signals worsening.

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