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KEY WORDS: young adult; underage drinking; undergraduate student; alcoholic beverage; AOD (alcohol and other drug) consumption; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) interpersonal and societal problems; environmental-level prevention; social policy prevention approach; community-based prevention; school-based prevention; impact of policy or law; AOD laws; law enforcement; prevention through availability and accessibility; minimum drinking age laws; drinking and driving; ABC laws; alcoholic beverage distribution laws; location and density of AOD outlets; advertising; alcoholic beverage price; server intervention
KEY WORDS: young adult; adolescents; AOD (alcohol and other drug) consumption; AOD use frequency; AOD intake per occasion; AOD use pattern; age of AODU (alcohol and other drug use) onset; heavy drinking; AOD abstinence; factors determining AOD demand; AOD effects and consequences; international AODR (alcohol and other drug related) problems; international aspects; ethnic differences; cultural patterns of drinking; gender differences; minimum drinking age laws; prevention through decreasing availability and accessibility; World Health Organization (WHO); European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD)
KEY WORDS: underage drinking; adolescent; survey; AODU (alcohol and other drug use) pattern; binge drinking; AOD (alcohol and other drug) induced risk; risk and protective factors; alcohol and other drug related (AODR) consequences; AODR injury; epidemiology; special populations; children of alcoholics; undergraduate student; military; ethnic group; gender differences
KEY WORDS: ethanol metabolism; protein metabolism disorder; biochemical reaction property; tissue; injury; inflammation; alcohol dehydrogenases; cytochrome P450 2E1; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) injury; proteolysis; protease inhibitors; cytolysis; apoptosis; lysosome; coenzymes; physiological AODE (alcohol and other drug effects); ubiquitin-proteasome system
KEY WORDS: alcoholic liver disorder; organ transplantation; liver; patient assessment; patient compliance; comorbidity; cardiomyopathy; pancreatitis; malnutrition; hepatocellular carcinoma; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) structural brain damage; bone mineral density; hepatitis C virus; AOD abstinence; alcohol use test treatment outcome; quality of life; AODD (alcohol and other drug dependence) relapse; predictive factor; patient monitoring; medical ethics
KEY WORDS: alcoholic liver cirrhosis; epidemiological indicators; gender differences; ethnic differences; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) mortality; morbidity; AOD (alcohol and other drug) use pattern; risk factors; trend; aggregate AOD consumption; beneficial vs adverse drug effect; Alcoholics Anonymous; United States; survey of research
KEY WORDS: thiamine deficiency; alcoholic brain syndrome; chronic AODE (alcohol and other drug effects); Wernicke's encephalopathy; Wernicke-Korsakoff psychosis; alcoholic cerebellar degeneration; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) structural brain damage; malnutrition; disease susceptibility; survey of research
KEY WORDS: AODR (alcohol and other drug related) structural brain damage; magnetic resonance imaging; diffusion tensor imaging; brain imaging; patient assessment; neural tissue; gender differences; chronic AODE (alcohol and other drug effects), AOD dependent
KEY WORDS: positron emission tomography; chronic AODE (alcohol and other drug effects); neurobiological theory of AODU (alcohol and other drug use); AOD dependence; brain reward pathway; neuroimaging; excitatory neurotransmitters; hyperexcitability; GABA receptors; glutamate; dopamine; mesolimbic system; serotonin; endogenous opioids; glucose metabolism; cerebral blood flow; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) structural brain damage
KEY WORDS: prenatal alcohol exposure; neuroimaging; neurotoxicity; fetal alcohol effects; brain damage; cognitive development; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) behavioral problem; prevention strategy; drug therapy; CNS function; cell adhesion molecules; mitochondria
KEY WORDS: AODR (alcohol and other drug related) structural brain damage; AOD sensitivity; gender differences; AODR biological markers; cerebrospinal fluid; hippocampus; corpus callosum; cerebral cortex; brain imaging
KEY WORDS: alcoholic blackout; memory interference; AOD (alcohol and other drug) intoxication; AODE (alcohol and other drug effects); AODR (alcohol and other drug related) mental disorder; long-term memory; short-term memory; state-dependent memory; BAC level; social AOD use; drug interaction; disease susceptibility; hippocampus; frontal cortex; neuroimaging; long-term potentiation
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