Prevalence and consequences of alcohol, cigarette, and drug use among Hispanics Article

cited authors

  • De La Rosa, MR

fiu authors

abstract

  • This paper presents an overview of the prevalence of alcohol, heavy alcohol, cigarette, cocaine, and marijuana use in the Hispanic population living in the mainland United States and their attitudes and perceptions regarding the availability in alcohol and other drugs in their neighborhood. In addition, this paper will describe the major cortices of drug use and make recommendations for future research.

publication date

  • March 31, 1998

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 21

end page

  • 54

volume

  • 16

issue

  • 1-2