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Effectiveness of Health Promotion in Preventing Alcohol Related Harm

  • Peter Howat
  • David Sleet
  • Bruce Maycock
  • Randy Elder

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Blood Alcohol Concentration Alcohol Related Problem Drunk Driving Mass Media Campaign Alcohol Policy 
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