Alcohol and human health
Alcohol and human health

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Alcohol and human health

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The content is from Book 3, ‘Alcohol and Human Health’ (ed Lesley Smart) (2007) published by Oxford University Press in association with The Open University. Copyright © The Open University. This book is part of a series which forms part of the course materials for course SDK125 Introducing Health Sciences: a case study approach.

Figure 1 Paton, A. and Touquet, R. (2005), ‘Risks associated with concentrations of alcohol in the blood’, ABC of Alcohol, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing Limited;

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Figure 4 Courtesy of Hilary MacQueen;

Figure 5 Author Glauberman/Science Photo Library;

Figure 6 Daniel Hommer M.D., National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism;

Figures 7 and 8 Wattendorf, D. J. and Muenke, M. (2005) ‘Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders’, American Family Physician, Academy of Family Physicians.

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