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Lebanon — its effect on smoking and drinking habits among Irish United Nations Troops

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This is a study of the smoking and drinking habits of Irish soldiers. Data were recorded for subjects immediately before travelling overseas, at the end of six months in South Lebanon, and six months after returning to Ireland.

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Correspondence to J. M. Malone.

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The Author is grateful for the assistance of Dr. D. McNamara, Col. S. Murphy, the Medical Platoon 48 Battalion UNIFIL, and the Pathology Department, St. Bricin’s Hospital, Dublin.

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Malone, J.M. Lebanon — its effect on smoking and drinking habits among Irish United Nations Troops. I.J.M.S. 155, 229–231 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02962972

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  • Drinking Habit
  • Battalion Activity
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