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Hunt years of middle age and among the elderly motrin 600 mg cheap joint pain treatment in ayurveda, and several stud- was quoted as saying generic 400mg motrin amex pain research treatment impact factor, 'The question is not whether there ies have noted a slight upturn in the riskfor alcohol depen- are three or four million [addicts], but that the number is dence during the last decades of life, at least among men several million rather than only several hundred thousand' (27). Nonetheless, these exceptions help prove the more (25). The view espoused by Newman and Cates (25) actually A recent intriguing discovery about male–female differ- was much more harsh. They wrote, 'The great disparity of ences in drug use within the United States is that a male the findings of studies using different methods of enumera- excess is found at the earliest stages of drug involvement; tion generally ensures that data will be found to support any boys are more likely than girls to be exposed to opportunities position, and contradictory information is simply ignored. However, once presented with the oppor- They concluded, 'Objectives of studies that are intended tunity, they are equally likely to try a drug (28). Further- to measure the incidence and prevalence of addiction must more, once drug use has started, women are almost as likely be reassessed in terms of experience. It is necessary to ask as men to become drug-dependent (12. Analyses of retrospective estimate the number of active drug users in populations data from the Epidemiologic Catchment Area studies and at the state level, with sample sizes for the U. National the National Comorbidity Survey have highlighted corre- Household Survey on Drug Abuse growing from under sponding differences in the experiences of successive birth 10,000 respondents per year in the early 1990s to more than 70,000 respondents per year in the early twenty-first cohorts born during the first two-thirds of the twentieth century. According to this evidence, the riskfor drug depen- dence has been markedly greater in persons born since World War II than in prior birth cohorts (17,29–31). RUBRIC 2, LOCATION (VARIATION): 'IN The location of cases in relation to geography also has THE POPULATION, IS THERE ANY been scrutinized in descriptive epidemiologic studies. Retrospectively constructed geographic spread of the epidemic of heroin use in the United States during the Vietnam War era. Data from age at onset of cases admitted to treatment facilities. An assessment of the diffusion of heroin abuse to medium-sized American cities. 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In some instances, weaklinks in the chains of disease What is common to all these epidemiologic observations causation have been spotted by epidemiologists working is that they describe, but do not explain or account for, the with basic quantitative methods, such as cross-tabulation or observed variation. We know that men have been more plotting of incidence estimates, as was done for maternal likely to become drug-dependent than women, but the stud- age and riskfor Down syndrome. Complex diseases and ies that produced solid evidence on this variation have not conditions such as the drug dependence syndromes do not helped us explain why this is so. The same is true for the yield so readily; what might seem to be an apparently simple epidemiologic observations of birth cohort differences, 'chain' of causation actually turns out to be a complex which prompt speculation about the greater availability of 'web' of causation of multifactorial origin. The patterns of epidemic spread of cology, epidemiology sometimes can turn to the power of heroin use in the United States remain unexplained, and it randomized, controlled trials and multiple replications for is possible that the exclusive attention to treated cases in definitive evidence of the web of causation. However, a great the study of Hunt (24) may have produced a biased impres- many of the important questions in the intersection between sion of the temporal sequencing of spread through different epidemiology and neuropsychopharmacology cannot be an- areas. Finally, at one level, the north–south pattern of coca swered with randomized, controlled trials; in some instances paste smoking in Chile may be interpreted as a manifesta- of 'natural experiments,' the concept of replication leaves tion of proximity to the coca-producing countries, but no much to be desired. More be repeated, we have the experience of members of the U. Virtually all Vietnam impression left by initial descriptive observations of this veterans were exposed to the opportunity to try heroin type. When diagnostic interview schedule field study methods were used RUBRIC 3, CAUSES: 'IN THE POPULATION, to assess a large representative sample of Vietnam returnees, WHY DO SOME BECOME AFFECTED WHILE almost 20% of the study sample qualified as cases of active OTHERS ARE SPARED? Nevertheless, no more than a fraction continued to use heroin or remained Concepts and History heroin-dependent once they returned stateside to home. Studying Vietnam veter- toward explaining and accounting for the observed phe- ans who came home to urban areas known for heroin avail- nomena, rather than merely describing the patterns of oc- ability, they found substantially higher fractions returning currence. To the extent that the search for causes can lead to heroin use. Nonetheless, even in this study sample, a us toward more effective intervention maneuvers, work great many heroin users did not come backfrom Vietnam under this rubric merits a special status; many regard this to the United States and return to heroin dependence once search as one of the highest callings of epidemiology (33). These results challenge con- Nonetheless, numerous examples show that epidemiologic ventional notions of any inherent addictive quality, abuse research can have a considerable impact on the health of a potential, or dependence liability of heroin as a chemical population even before the search for causes is complete. HIV prevention controlled trial of exposure to heroin in otherwise drug- efforts directed toward the unsafe sex practices of gay men naıve¨ young adults. Recent evidence on the early onset of in the United States helped to change the dynamics of the drug use raises similar issues.