This narrative review discusses the identification and treatment of alcohol use disorder (AUD).
This Viewpoint uses the case of an NIH trial funded by alcohol manufacturers and designed to determine the effects of moderate alcohol consumption on health outcomes to discuss the need for transparency in NIH-private partnerships and ways the NIH can administer those partnerships to preserve its integrity and trustworthiness.
In this narrative medicine essay, a pediatrician describes her descent into alcoholism as self-medication for complicated grief and the role the loss of her medical license and a support group for physicians with substance use disorders played in her recovery.
In this study, Global Burden of Disease investigators characterize trends in mortality, life expectancy, and prevalence associated with most common diseases and disease and mortality risk factors in the United States between 1990 and 2016.
This commentary discusses the implications of an epidemiological study published in JAMA Psychiatry that investigated the prevalence, psychiatric comorbidity, and treatment of alcohol use disorders.
Saitz and coauthors tested the efficacy of 2 brief interventions among 528 adults with unhealthy drug use identified by screening in primary care. They compared a brief negotiated interview and an intervention based on motivational interviewing with no brief intervention. In an Editorial, Hingson and Compton discuss the importance of exploring drug use with patients in primary care.
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