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Alcohol Consumption and the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-analysis of More Than 1.9 Million Individuals From 38 Observational Studies

Craig Knott provides a summary of his paper published with ARIG colleagues, Steven Bell and Annie Britton, titled "Alcohol Consumption and the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-analysis of More Than 1.9 Million Individuals From 38 Observational Studies" in Diabetes Care (September, 2015). More...

Published: Sep 2, 2015 9:58:12 AM

The role of alcohol consumption in regulating circulating levels of adiponectin: a prospective cohort study

Steven Bell and Annie Britton summarise their paper due to appear in “The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism” on the topic of alcohol consumption and adiponectin.

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Published: May 27, 2015 4:06:39 PM

Heavy Drinking Days and Mental Health: An Exploration of the Dynamic 10-Year Longitudinal Relationship in a Prospective Cohort of Untreated Heavy Drinkers

Steven Bell and Annie Britton summarise their paper due to appear in “Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research” on the topic of mental health and heavy drinking days. More...

Published: Mar 23, 2015 10:10:32 AM

Reasons Why People Change Their Alcohol Consumption in Later Life

Annie Britton and Steven Bell provide a short description of their paper published in PLoS One (March 2015) on reasons older adults cite for changing their drinking habits. More...

Published: Mar 19, 2015 11:58:00 AM

Life course trajectories of alcohol consumption in the United Kingdom using longitudinal data from nine cohort studies

Annie Britton and Steven Bell provide a short description of their paper published in BMC Medicine (March 2015). More...

Published: Mar 11, 2015 2:21:43 PM

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Background to ARIG

The Alcohol Research Interest Group (ARIG) was formed for UCL researchers who are studying the areas of alcohol use and misuse to share information, resources, and research ideas with each other.

Many of the members work within the discipline of epidemiology, but membership of the group is open to all interested researchers. ARIG's current focus is to organise joint research projects as well as run an active seminar series. 

For additional information or to join the group, please contact Noriko Cable (e-mail: n.cable{@}ucl.ac.uk) or Annie Britton  (e-mail: a.britton{@}ucl.ac.uk).

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