Associations Between Medical Conditions and #Alcohol Consumption Levels in an Adult Primary Care Population

..Among the 2 720 231 included patients, 1 439 361 (52.9%) were female, 1 308 659 (48.1%) were white, and 883 276 (32.5%) were aged 18 to 34 years. Patients with any of the conditions (except injury or poisoning) had lower odds of drinking at low-risk and unhealthy levels relative to no reported use compared with those without the condition. Among 861 427 patients reporting alcohol use, patients with diabetes (odds ratio [OR], … Continue reading Associations Between Medical Conditions and #Alcohol Consumption Levels in an Adult Primary Care Population

Inequalities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality across the life course by wealth and income in Sweden: a register-based cohort study

Wealth inequalities are increasing in many countries, but their relationship to health is little studied. We investigated the association between individual wealth and mortality across the adult life course in Sweden.. ..Large inequalities in mortality by wealth were observed and their association with mortality remained more stable across the adult life course than inequalities by income-based measures. Men experienced greater inequalities across all ages (e.g. … Continue reading Inequalities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality across the life course by wealth and income in Sweden: a register-based cohort study