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Study: Heavy drinkers are rarely alcoholics

Frequently drinking too much booze does not mean you're an alcoholic. In fact, it means that only rarely. A new study by the CDC and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration finds ... read more

Penn study finds genetic differences between heavy drinkers and alcoholics

A huge analysis of drinking patterns among veterans has found genetic distinctions between heavy drinkers and alcoholics, according to a study published last week in the journal Nature Communications. ... read more

How Much Alcohol Can You Drink Safely?

But despite that long relationship with alcohol, we still don’t know what exactly the molecule does to our brains to create a feeling of intoxication. Likewise, though the health harms of heavy ... read more

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Heavy drinkers consuming more than half of all alcohol

Dr. Livingston said the study also showed that heavy drinkers are more likely to be middle-aged men living in rural and regional areas. "We know that rural areas have disproportionately high levels of ... read more


Study shows drinkers often outlive teetotalers

Rarely is drinking alcohol portrayed as a positive behavior ... 70 percent of teetotalers were dead within 20 years of the start of the study, compared to 60 percent of heavy drinkers and 41 percent ... read more

Study: Heavy alcohol drinkers, abstainers just as likely to call in sick

June 6 (UPI) --Heavy alcohol drinkers and abstainers are more likely to take a sick day from work compared with those who drink in moderation, according to a study in Europe. Researchers studied the ... read more

We're all going to drink more over the next decade, study says

and the prevalence of heavy episodic drinking. The following findings were gleaned from the study, according to the article summary: Global adult per-capital alcohol consumption increased between 1990 ... read more

Severe alcohol-related liver disease on the rise, study finds

22, 2018 in Munich, Germany.Sean Gallup / Getty Images file Breaking News Emails SUBSCRIBE By Linda Carroll Severe alcohol-related liver disease is on the rise, a new study suggests. Experts say the ... read more

Stepped alcohol treatment helps HIV-positive people with drinking problem

Stepped alcohol ... the study period, the researchers found that patients who received integrated stepped care fared better overall.After 52 weeks, stepped-care patients had fewer heavy drinking ... read more

There are medications that can treat alcoholism, but doctors rarely use them

Dozens of randomized-controlled trials suggest naltrexone can help reduce drinking, with the risk of heavy drinking ... For example, a study published in 2009 estimated that fewer than 1 in 10 ... read more

Heavy drinkers are rarely alcoholics, study says

Frequently drinking too much booze does not mean you're an alcoholic. In fact, it means that only rarely. A new study by the CDC and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration finds ... read more

CDC: Heavy drinkers are rarely alcoholics

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said people who may be considered "binge drinkers" and "heavy drinkers" do not necessarily have alcohol use disorder, or what is more ... read more



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