Jan S Gill
Can part of the health damage linked to alcohol misuse in Scotland be attributable to the type of drink and its low price (by permitting a rapid rate of consumption)? A point of view.
Gill, Jan S; Tsang, Catherine; Black, Heather; Chick, Jonathan
This article considers two sets of data describing the extent of consumption of white spirit drinks by a sample of patients who abuse alcohol and the analysis of drink antioxidant content. We present a proposal for discussion that the rapid consumption of alcoholic drinks, low in protective antioxidant compounds, may potentially be more damaging to the body.
Gill, J. S., Tsang, C., Black, H., & Chick, J. (2010). Can part of the health damage linked to alcohol misuse in Scotland be attributable to the type of drink and its low price (by permitting a rapid rate of consumption)? A point of view. Alcohol and alcoholism : international journal of the Medical Council on Alcoholism, 45, 398-400. https://doi.org/10.1093/alcalc/agq023
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Deposit Date||Feb 18, 2015|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Alocoholism; anaylysis; consumer consumpption; price control; Scotland|
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