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A sweet tooth may be a "marker" for the genetic risk for developing alcoholism 12/01/2003
Abnormalities in Stress Hormone Response Among Alcoholics 07/01/2001
Abstinence Can Aid in Significant Gait and Balance Recovery 12/01/2011
Abstinence May Make the Brain Grow Stronger 12/01/2001
Abstinence plus Exercise can Reclaim Bone Loss Due to Alcoholism 10/01/2012
Abstinent Alcoholics can have Reduced Brain Activation without Apparent Structural Damage 09/01/2007
Acamprosate: potential medication for treating alcoholism 08/01/2004
Acculturation in the Texas-Mexico Border Region: Effects on Drinking Differ by Gender 02/01/2008
Acetaldehyde may be the culprit behind hangovers 08/01/2005
Adapting to life in the U.S. can increase alcohol consumption among Latinas 01/01/2006
Adding Oxygen May Reduce Alcohol Side Effects 05/01/2010
Addressing alcohol problems within the regular health care setting, and outside of specialized treatment 02/01/2006
Adolescence that Value Religious Concepts may have Less Alcohol Related Problems 09/01/2010
Adolescence: When Drinking and Genes Collide 11/01/2013
Adolescent Alcohol Abuse Disrupts Transitions into Early Adulthood 08/01/2014
Adolescent Binge Drinking Can Damage Memory 10/01/2011
Adolescent Binge Drinking may Compromise the Brain's White Matter, Necessary for Information Relay 07/01/2009
Adolescent binge drinking produces tolerance to alcohol 11/01/2003
Adolescent brains are insensitive to alcohol for a short time, but at great cost 11/01/2006
Adolescent Drinking to Cope Linked with Genetic Variation 04/01/2011