Self-Reported Alcohol Use Among Women of Childbearing Age and Their Knowledge of Alcohol Warning Labels and Signs
Mark E. Barrett, PhD;
Frank Y. Wong, PhD;
Dean R. R. McKay, PhD
Arch Fam Med. 1993;2(12):1260-1264.
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