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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      10-02-13 | By

      Underage Drinking in the United States

      The Underage Drinking Problem

      Of all the serious health problems prevalent in the United States, underage drinking is one of the most prevalent and serious health problems. Alcohol is the most widely used substances of abuse among the youth of this country.  The focus of this article is not focused squarely on the hard data that has been compiled … Continued


      09-27-13 | By

      New Online Course Provided to Help Screen for Alcoholism

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      The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), in partnership with Medscape, have produced a new online course that will help health care professionals screen youth for alcohol problems.  This online course will provide fast, evidenced-based alcohol screening and brief intervention with youth.  It was designed to help clinicians identify patients of all ages … Continued


      09-25-13 | By

      The Language of Intoxication

      Launguage of Inxoication

      Understanding the Language of the Drinker Studying the language that drinkers use to describe their intoxicated states can be a useful tool and provide insight into perceptions of intoxicated states as perceived by the drinkers themselves.  A recent study conducted by researchers at the Research Institute on Addictions at the University of Buffalo SUNY explored … Continued


      09-13-13 | By

      Alcohol Abuse and Eating Disorders

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      Researchers have recently uncovered the possibility that the same genes are involved in both alcohol abuse and eating disorders.  The study, which will be published in next month’s issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, suggests that individuals with alcohol dependence issues may show more susceptibility genetically to certain types of eating … Continued


      09-06-13 | By

      Online Support Groups For Alcoholism

      Alcoholism Support Groups

      There are numerous websites dedicated to helping individuals battling alcoholism, as alcohol is one of the nation’s most abused substances. Drinking is a hallmark of American society and social drinking which develops into alcohol addiction is as challenging as the hardest illegal street drug to kick, once the cycle of alcohol abuse sets in. Because … Continued