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Alcohol: When Enough Is Enough
About the only thing that alcohol abusers have in common is that they are all, in some way, damaging their lives. Here's how to recognize a drinking problem.
Alcohol: Toxic or Tonic?
The health effects of alcohol have been debated for hundreds of years. The consensus today is that alcohol can be either beneficial or damaging depending on how it's used.
Alcohol And Gastrointestinal Disease
Studies have suggested that moderate drinking may prevent heart disease. But this is balanced by reports on the dangers of alcohol to the liver, and an increased risk of esophageal cancer.
Cirrhosis is a disease in which normal liver cells are replaced by scar tissue, which interferes with all of the liver's important functions.
Alcohol Dependence (Alcoholism)
Alcohol dependence (alcoholism) is a chronic and often progressive illness.
Alcohol Withdrawal
Alcohol withdrawal is the changes the body goes through when a person suddenly stops drinking after prolonged and heavy alcohol use.
Binge Drinking
When partying becomes a problem...
FAQs On Alcohol Abuse And Alcoholism
Answering the following four questions from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism can help you find out if you or a loved one has a drinking problem.


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