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Red Ribbon Week: Parents role in averting kids’ alcohol addiction

28-10 Red Ribbon Week: Parents role in averting kids’ alcohol addiction

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Alcohol addiction is easy to develop and difficult to overcome. This is evident among the kids in America who get easily addicted to alcohol due to peer pressure, curiosity or emotional factors. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), 34.7 percent of 15-year-olds reported to have had at least one drink in their l

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18-10 Symptoms and treatment of alcoholism

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Alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder and alcohol dependence, is a chronic disease that causes an uncontrollable urge to drink alcohol. It is a condition in which an individual develops a progressively higher tolerance level to alcohol and gets physically and psychologically dependent upon it. During the last few years, alcohol abuse has wo

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Drive Safely Work Week: Debunking myths about alcoholism

07-10 Drive Safely Work Week: Debunking myths about alcoholism

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Alcoholism or alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a condition in which an individual suffers from an uncontrollable urge to drink alcohol. The disorder is common in the United States, with almost 16.3 million adults being diagnosed with AUD in 2014 alone, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). A number of misconcep

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Behavioral couples therapy: A pertinent psychotherapy for couples with alcohol addiction

06-10 Behavioral couples therapy: A pertinent psychotherapy for couples with alcohol addiction

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A marriage is about the union of two souls. It is about trust, love, patience and loyalty. There are times when a marriage has to deal with a difficult phase. However, it passes soon as the couple acts with maturity and supports each other through thick and thin. Behavioral couples therapy (BCT) is based on the same concept and is an excellent way t

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Scientists reveal behavior type associated with binge drinking in young adults

26-07 Scientists reveal behavior type associated with binge drinking in young adults

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Alcohol is widely consumed by young adults aged between 18 and 25 years. In fact, binge drinking is higher among college students who can drink under the table. Keeping this in mind, researchers at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU) recently tried to explore whether a particular behavior type is linked to binge drinking among the younger populati

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Study gets closer to treatment for alcohol urge

28-04 Study gets closer to treatment for alcohol urge

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“Alcohol is not the answer; it just makes you forget the question.” This saying aptly describes the worth of alcohol, to which millions of people are addicted across the world. Many people might be casual drinkers, but while they are engrossed in their pegs of whiskey and rum, they don’t realize when casual drinking turns into a habit. Peop

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Study reveals causes behind alcoholics suffering from lack of judgment

13-04 Study reveals causes behind alcoholics suffering from lack of judgment

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Excessive alcohol use can cause physical and mental changes that can increase the risk of injury or death. It rapidly enters the body and affects the brain and other organs, impacting one’s ability to reason and make judgment. Nevertheless, alcohol is an essential part of many cultures and societies. (more…)

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