How Do People Become Addicted to Alcohol?Drinking is something that a number of people enjoy, though using the substance to cope or avoid bad feelings can be a sign of addiction. Because alcoholism can sneak up on its victim, it is important...December 14, 2013
Energy drinks + alcohol = public health threatMixing alcohol with energy drinks is much riskier than just drinking alcohol alone, reports a new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
Researchers from the University of Michigan Institute for S...December 3, 2013
Three Steps to Planning an Alcohol Intervention It can be difficult to confront a loved one struggling with alcoholism, especially those in denial or unwilling to endure treatment. Though a heart-to-heart conversation might initiate the struggle to...October 30, 2013
An Alcohol Addict as a FriendDo you have a friend that drinks four or more alcoholic drinks per day? Does your friend believe that he doesn’t have any problems with alcohol? If so, your friend is not alone. In fact, one fifth of...September 27, 2013
DUI Life Sentence Stirs Debate About AlcoholismDUIAttorney.comNobody disputes that driving under the influence of alcohol is dangerous. In fact, it's one of the most deadly crimes. You won't get any serious arguments from anybody that people shoul...
The Drinking DilemmaThe medical model that has dominated alcohol treatment for more than a half century holds that alcohol dependence is an ailment with biological and genetic roots. Recent research suggests there is a g...
The Drinking DilemmaBy calling abstinence the only cure, we ensure that the nation's $100 billion alcohol problem won't be solved.by NANCY SHUTE"Would you like something to drink?" the waitress asks Elisa DeCarlo as she...
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