La detección, los efectos clínicos, las intervenciones | 26 OCT 15

Consumo excesivo de alcohol en adolescentes

El alcohol es la sustancia más utilizada por los niños y adolescentes en los Estados Unidos, y su uso en la juventud se asocia con las causas de muerte predominantes y las lesiones graves a esta edad.
Autor/a: Lorena Siqueira, Vincent C. Smith, Pediatrics 2015; 136; e718
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