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Title: Call to restore funding to monitor youth exposure to alcohol advertising
Author(s): Ross, Craig S
Babor, Thomas F
Bartholow, Bruce D
DeJong, William
Fitzgerald, Niamh
Jackson, Kristina M
Jernigan, David H
Naimi, Timothy S
Noel, Jonathan K
Petticrew, Mark
Severi, Katherine
Siegel, Michael B
Stockwell, Tim
Tori, Marco
Xuan, Ziming
Contact Email: niamh.fitzgerald@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: alcohol advertising
surveillance
underage drinking
Issue Date: 31-May-2021
Date Deposited: 15-Jun-2021
Citation: Ross CS, Babor TF, Bartholow BD, DeJong W, Fitzgerald N, Jackson KM, Jernigan DH, Naimi TS, Noel JK, Petticrew M, Severi K, Siegel MB, Stockwell T, Tori M & Xuan Z (2021) Call to restore funding to monitor youth exposure to alcohol advertising. Addiction. https://doi.org/10.1111/add.15590
Abstract: First paragraph: Even in the face a global pandemic, alcohol persists as a leading contributor to death and disability globally. Evidence has accumulated over four decades that alcohol advertising contributes to this public health burden. Despite this evidence, governments around the globe have handed responsibility for regulating alcohol advertising to the alcohol companies themselves, which they implement with their own voluntary advertising guidelines.
DOI Link: 10.1111/add.15590
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