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Kristie Long Foley

Professor of Social Sciences and Health Policy and Director of Cancer Prevention and Control

Wake Forest University

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Wake Forest University

1834 Wake Forest Road

Winston-Salem, North Carolina,27106

United States

Company Description

Offering the personal attention of a small liberal arts college, coupled with the breadth and global relevancy of a leading research institution, Wake Forest claims the distinction of being the nation's premier collegiate university. Wake Forest is consistentl...more

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Employment History

Senior Researcher

School of Medicine at Wake Forest University


Principal Investigator

Fogarty International Center R01


Associate Professor

Davidson College


Web References(46 Total References)


Associate Editors - Tobacco Regulatory Science

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Kristie L. Foley, PhD
Wake Forest School of Medicine


WCTU NEWS

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A previous study in 2004 by Kristie Foley of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina showed that teenagers who received alcohol from their parents for parties were up to three times more likely to binge drink within a month, while those who drank only with the family were less likely to binge.


June | 2013 | Health Emporium

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By a parent.volvement can help to underage drinking.Parents play an important role in their children's underage drinking, according to a recent study by researchers at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center The study, published this month in the Journal of Adolescent Health shows that young people binge binge drink if their parents or friends ' parents provide alcohol in their house for a party. - Parental approval of underage alcohol surprisingly widespread, said Kristie Foley, a researcher at Wake Forest Baptist and principal investigator of of the study.


WFU Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

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Kristie L. Foley (2002) Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences (Social Sciences_Health Policies) Associate in Family Medicine *


Are pharmaceutical companies submitting fewer filings for drug FDA. | Health Emporium

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By a parent.volvement can help to underage drinking.Parents play an important role in their children's underage drinking, according to a recent study by researchers at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center The study, published this month in the Journal of Adolescent Health shows that young people binge binge drink if their parents or friends ' parents provide alcohol in their house for a party. - Parental approval of underage alcohol surprisingly widespread, said Kristie Foley, a researcher at Wake Forest Baptist and principal investigator of of the study.
About 1 in 4 respondents aged 16 to 20, at a party where alcohol was supplied by a parent. he five-year study was by NIH, to Department of Defense, the Prostate Cancer Foundation funds, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Jean Perkins Foundation.


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