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Do the rich really die young? Alcohol-related mortality and social class in Great Britain, 1988-94 (1999)
Journal Article
Harrison, L., & Gardiner, E. (1999). Do the rich really die young? Alcohol-related mortality and social class in Great Britain, 1988-94. Addiction, 94(12), 1871-1880. doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.1999.9412187112.x

Aims. To determine whether social class is a major influence on alcohol- related mortality in the general, economically active population of Great Britain. Design and participants. Poisson regression of rates of mortality known to be directly caused... Read More about Do the rich really die young? Alcohol-related mortality and social class in Great Britain, 1988-94.