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National Guidelines for Methods of Preventing Disease

The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare Country Resources General Health Service Standards Sweden 31 January 2007 Guidelines alcohol, prevention, substance use

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The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare’s National Guidelines for Methods of Preventing Disease provide recommendations for methods of preventing disease by supporting patients in their efforts to change an unhealthy lifestyle habit. Including tobacco use and hazardous use of alcohol.

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