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Spousal choices can influence the risk of developing alcoholism 05/29/2007
Spiking Energy Drinks Increases Urge to Drink 08/01/2014
Specifying alcohol-related brain-damage among heavy social drinkers 05/01/2004
Specifying Alcohol-Related Brain Damage in Young Women 03/01/2001
Specific Gene Complex May Contribute to Alcohol Dependence 12/01/2009
Specific DNA Variations of the Serotonin Transporter Gene can Influence Drinking Intensity 02/01/2009
Sons of Alcoholics: The Early School Years 08/01/2000
Some Underage Drinking Laws Reduce Drinking-and-Driving Fatal Crashes Better than Others 07/01/2009
Some Regions of the Brain are Less Active in People Who Drink More 04/01/2012
Some People May Be More Susceptible to Alcohol Related Black-outs 05/01/2012
Some Alcoholics May Self-Medicate With Carbohydrates Between Drinks 06/01/2000
Sociocultural Factors Affect Condom Use Among Black Men with Substance Use Disorders 04/01/2016
Sobriety Improves Stability 03/01/2010
Sober Drinking Knowledge Often Fails While Intoxicated 10/01/2013
Smoking-Cessation Quitlines Could Identify Hazardous Drinkers and Provide Brief Interventions 07/01/2012
Smoking-Cessation Medication Also Makes Drinking Less Enjoyable 05/01/2012
Smoking reduces alcohol’s effects, likely encouraging more drinking 08/01/2006
Smoking may Interfere with Alcoholics’ Neurocognitive Recovery during Abstinence 07/01/2007
Smoking interferes with neurocognitive recovery during abstinence from alcohol 11/01/2014
Smoking Clouds Recovery by Slowing Brain Blood Flow 08/01/2009

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