A high density of ultra-processed food, alcohol & tobacco retail stores, and social inequalities are associated with higher mortality rates of non-communicable diseases in Mexican adults: 2005 to 2021

Adriana Garduño-Alanis, Alejandra Contreras-Manzano*, Juan Carlos Salgado, Héctor Lamadrid-Figueroa*, Katherine Curi-Quinto, Simón Barquera

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