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  • Website: Gambling Research Exchange Ontario (GREO)
  • Resource type: General web page

Summary - The message of this resource is:

Having easy access to gambling venues can make you more likely to develop gambling problems. If gambling is socially acceptable in your environment or venues are attractive you might be additionally at risk. Read the resource for more information on environmental factors that affect your risk of developing gambling problems.


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Keywords

problem gambling services , risk factors for gambling, addiction


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Step 2 - Transparency

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Step 3 - Usability

Is the information easy to understand and easy to use?


Rated on: 12/12/2017 10:58:46 AM

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