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It’s the most wonderful time of the year for drinking, at least when you look at all the holiday parties that include alcohol. But how is that holiday drinking really affecting you?
Holidays like the Fourth of July are usually characterized by drinking and socializing with friends and family.
Well first off I'm not an alcoholic I never drink but when I do it's not good I've got alcohol out of my life. It's a decision I made that I think is for the best.
"Motherhood is hard. If it were easy, fathers would do it"- Dorothy Zbornak, a character from the Golden Girls once said. She's right, not that fatherhood is an easy thing either.
During April’s Alcohol Awareness Month, and with National Alcohol Screening Day on April 11, experts are looking to increase awareness of a dangerous fad called drunkorexia.
Alcohol consumption is a large part of the American culture in that it is used in celebration, toasts, as a form of bonding, at sporting events, after bad days and during the holidays.
Football is one of America’s most popular sports. It is not just the men who are passionate about their teams. Ladies, we love the game as well and really get into our teams.
Holiday parties are among the highlights of the winter season, and these parties tend to involve drinking alcohol.
Alcohol and drug abuse are significant problems for many American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
In the United States, about 17.6 million adults have a problem with alcohol. Alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence, also called alcoholism, are two serious alcohol problems.
Alcohol abuse is excessive or problematic alcohol consumption. It can progress to alcoholism.
Alcoholism is chronic alcohol abuse that results in a physical dependence on alcohol (withdrawal symptoms) and an inability to stop or limit drinking.
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