The stability of baseline-defined categories of alcohol consumption during the adult life-course: a 28-year prospective cohort study.

Craig Knott, Steven Bell & Annie Britton
Background and aims Studies that report the relationship between alcohol consumption and disease risk have predominantly operationalised drinking according to a single baseline measure. The resulting assumption of longitudinal stability may be simplistic and complicate interpretation of risk estimates. This study aims to describe changes to the volume of consumption across the adult life course according to baseline categories of drinking. Design A prospective observational study. Setting United Kingdom. Participants A cohort of British civil...
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