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    Determining the features of managed alcohol programs

    There are growing concerns globally of the health and social harms caused by alcohol.(1) The harmful use of alcohol resulted in approximately three million deaths worldwide in 2016 (5.3% of all deaths globally).(1) Increases in the global burden of disease attributable to alcohol highlight the importance...

    What are the most effective and cost-effective interventions in alcohol control?

    Europe plays a significant role in the production, trade and consumption of alcoholic beverages; it also carries a heavy social and economic burden of alcohol-related problems. Alcohol consumption is estimated to be responsible for about 10% of the total disease burden, increasing the risk of liver cirrh...

    Silent killer, economic opportunity: rethinking non-communicable disease

    Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are a major global challenge, one that causes most of the deaths and disability among humans. These diseases are not transmissible from one person to another. They include cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, diabetes and mental health disorders, b...