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2011-11-04 14:00:00

DownToEarthVideo.com calls new herbal detox cocktail promising one-two punch against alcoholismcalls a new herbal pairing “an extremely promising” supplementation detox cocktail in the battle

2011-11-01 15:07:45

Research led by University of Southern California (USC) professor Mary Ann Pentz, Ph.D., shows that black middle school students whose close friends drink alcohol are more likely to drink alcohol in high school than their white classmates.

2011-10-21 14:00:00

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAA), 16 million people in the U.S.

2011-10-16 21:43:28

Research clearly shows a dose-response relationship between alcohol and health issues such as cirrhosis of the liver.

2011-10-16 21:42:10

Researchers know that alcohol impairs coordination and the ability to perceive and respond to hazards, and that hangovers impair neurocognitive performance and psychomotor vigilance.

2011-10-16 21:40:56

A low level of response (LR) to alcohol is a genetically influenced characteristic, or phenotype, that reflects at least in part a low brain response to alcohol, and carries significant risk for the later development of alcoholism.

2011-10-16 21:39:40

In a national survey of undergraduates, roughly six percent met criteria for current alcohol dependence (AD), and approximately 31 percent met criteria for current alcohol abuse.

2011-09-27 13:09:16

New UCLA psychology research indicates that Asians who are struggling with alcoholism may benefit especially from naltrexone, one of three medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of alcoholism.

2011-09-19 07:30:18

Risks of problem drinking are on the rise among women.

2011-09-19 05:23:23

What makes us reach for a drink? Do people get influenced and pushed to start drinking by certain circumstances, or is there something else?


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