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Bishai DM, Mercer D. Can government policies help adolescents avoid risky behavior?. Prev Med 2005 Feb;40(2):197-202.

Dobkin C. The effect of alcohol consumption on mortality: Regression discontinuity evidence from the minimum drinking age. National Bureau of Economic Research September 2007.

Dent CW, Grube JW. Community level alcohol availability and enforcement of possession laws as predictors of youth drinking. Prev Med 2005 Mar;40(3):355-62.

Diplock S, Jamorozik K. Legislative and regulatory measures for preventing alcohol-related drownings and near-drownings. Auz N Z J Public Health 2006 Aug;30(4):314-7.

Howland J, Birkmayer J. Did changes in minimum age drinking laws affect adolescent drowning (1970-90)?. Inj Prev 1998 Dec;4(4):288-91.

Goodman RA, Munson JW. Forensic Epidemiology: Law at the Intersection of Public Health Criminal Investigations. J Law Med Ethics 2003:31:684-700.

Cullen KW, Watson K. Improves in middle schol student dietary intake after implementation of the Texas public school nutrition policy. Amer J Publ Health January 2008:98.

Mair JS, Teret SP. The city planner's guide to the obesity epidemic: zoning and fast food. The Center for Law and the Public's Health @ Johns Hopkins October 2005.
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Mair JS, Teret SP. The city planner's guide to the obesity epidemic: zoning and fast food. The Center for Law and the Public's Health @ Johns Hopkins October 2005.

Armstrong RM. Obesity, law and personal responsiblity. eMJA 2007:196:1:20.
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Kelly B, Smith JA. Legal approaches to the obesity epidemic: An introduction. J Public Health Policy 2004;25(3-4):346-52.

Okie S. New York to trans fats: you're out!. N Engl J Med 2007 May 17;356(20):2017-21.

Carpenter C, Dobkin C. The effect of alcohol consumption on mortality: Regression discontinuity evidence from the minimum drinking age. National Bureau of Economic Research September 2007.

Dent CW, Grube JW. Community level alcohol availability and enforcement of possession laws as predictors of youth drinking. Prev Med .
2005 Mar;40(3):355-62

Diplock S, Jamorozik K. Legislative and regulatory measures for preventing alcohol-related drownings and near-drownings. Auz N Z J Public Health 2006 Aug;30(4):314-7.

Howland J, Birkmayer J. Did changes in minimum age drinking laws affect adolescent drowning (1970-90)?. Inj Prev 1998 Dec;4(4):288-91.

London WM. The effect of the law on underage drinking and driving. Amer J Publ Health 2000 Mar;90(3):446-7.

Mosher J, Hingson R. Reducing underage drinking: the role of law. J Law Med Ethics 2004 Winter;32(4 Suppl):38-41.

. Reducing underage drinking. A collective responsibility, District of Columbia. Institute of Medicine, The National Academies Press 2004.

Wagenaar AC, O'Malley PM. Lowered legal blood alcohol limits for young drivers: effects on drinking, driving, and driving-after-drinking behaviors in 30 states. Amer J Publ Health 2001:91:801-804.

Prather E. Too young. El Paso ordinance curbs underage drinking. Tex Med .

Rios A, Wald M. Impact of Georgia's Teenage and Adult Driver Responsibility Act. none 2006 Apr;47(4):369.

DeFrancesco S. Children and guns. 19 Pace L. Rev 275 1999.

Hingson RW, Scotch N. Impact of legislation raising the legal drinking age in Massachusetts form 18 to 20. Amer J Publ Health 1983; 73:163-9.

Durbin DR, Smith R. Seat belt use among 13-15 year olds in primary and secondary enforcement law states. Accid Anal Prev 2006 Oct 13;17046700 .



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