Alcoholism is a problem, both genetic and learned, both physical and psychological, that adversely affects both the mind and body of the alcoholic - and those that care about them.
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National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Supports and conducts biomedical and behavioral research on the causes, consequences, treatment, and prevention of alcoholism and alcohol-related problems. Part of (NIH) National Institutes of Health.
Research findings and information on alcoholism and alcohol-related problems. Open access to peer-reviewed articles free for all to view.
Alcohol Server's Training & Services
Provides information regarding alcohol server education mandated by the New Mexico Dept. of Alcohol and Gaming.
Alcohol Use Statistics
Information on the use and abuse of alcohol in the United States. Provided by the National Center for Health Statistics.
Brown Center for Alcohol and Addictions Studies
Provides post-doctoral research training for behavioral, medical, and social scientists and health care professionals who wish to pursue a career in alcohol abuse and alcoholism research.
CSU Alcohol Education Conference Presentations
A compendium of information for those interested in learning more about college alcohol abuse prevention.
eMedicine Health - Alcoholism
Consumer health resource center providing an overview of alcoholism and its causes, symptoms and treatment.
Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility
Find beliefs, get the facts, start a conversation and stop impaired driving. Includes blog, media center, advisory board members and contact form.
MedicineNet articles on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Two dozen questions and answers on alcoholism and problem drinking.
Offers information about Alcoholism. From the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence - NCADD
The NCADD is a volunteer health organization providing education, information, help, and hope. Includes alcoholism facts, and youth information.
OMIM: Cholinergic Receptor, Muscarinic, 2; CHRM2
Information on a receptor believed to be related to alcoholism and depression.
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