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  1. NIKOULINA AI, Arcurio LR, Finn PR, Jame TW, et al
    Risky Drinking Decisions: The Influence of Party Music and Alcohol Abuse in Young Adult Women.
    Alcohol. 2019 May 14. pii: S0741-8329(18)30092.
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  2. OBRADORS-RIAL N, Ariza C, Continente X, Muntaner C, et al
    School and town factors associated with risky alcohol consumption among Catalan adolescents.
    Alcohol. 2019 May 10. pii: S0741-8329(17)30987.
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  3. MOJICA-PEREZ Y, Callinan S, Livingston M
    Has the Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Alcohol-Related Risky Behaviour Changed in Australia? An Exploratory Study.
    Alcohol Alcohol. 2019;54:331-337.
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  4. SINCLAIR J, Vaccari E, Tiwari A, Saville F, et al
    Impact of Personal Alcohol Consumption on Aspects of Medical Student Alcohol-Related Competencies.
    Alcohol Alcohol. 2019;54:325-330.
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  5. HE S, Brooks AT, Kampman KM, Chakravorty S, et al
    The Relationship between Alcohol Craving and Insomnia Symptoms in Alcohol-Dependent Individuals.
    Alcohol Alcohol. 2019;54:287-294.
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    Problems with Methanol Poisoning Outbreaks in Iran.
    Alcohol Alcohol. 2019;54:338.
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  7. CHICK J
    Unhelpful Prescribing in Alcohol Use Disorder: Risk and Averting Risk.
    Alcohol Alcohol. 2019;54:1-4.
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  8. CALLINAN S, Livingston M
    Increases in alcohol consumption in middle-income countries will lead to increased harms.
    Lancet. 2019 May 7. pii: S0140-6736(18)33002.
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