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Using Water and Technology to Map Alcohol’s Effects on the Brain 09/01/2000
Using the Internet’s power and anonymity to reduce problem drinking 03/01/2005
Using PET Scan Technology to Study Alcohol’s Effects on the Brain 07/01/2000
Using of False ID to Buy Alcohol is Slippery Slope toward Problem Drinking 11/01/2013
Using naltrexone to treat alcoholics with a “Mediterranean drinking pattern” 10/01/2002
Using Motivation to Change to Tailor Alcohol Dependence Treatment 09/01/2011
Using Fruitflies to Examine Alcohol Tolerance 11/01/2001
Using Brain Activity to Identify Risk for Disorders 10/01/2001
Use-and-Lose State Laws Reduce Hazardous Drinking and Driving Behaviors Among Teens 08/01/2012
Use of Technology Helpful in Participant Tracking and Study Retention 04/01/2015
Updating the DSM-5 for Assessment Changes of Alcohol Problems 04/01/2013
Untangling the Matrix of Risk Factors for Alcoholism 08/01/2001
University Students with a Dense Family History of Alcoholism are most at Risk of Alcohol-use Disorders 08/01/2008
Understanding Effects of Prenatal Binge Drinking can Help Children Diagnosed with FASD 01/01/2011
Understanding drinking behaviors among women with unwanted pregnancies 11/01/2014
Understanding Alcohols Damaging Effects on the Brain 09/01/2011
Under certain genetic circumstances, naltrexone may increase the urge to drink 08/01/2006
U.S. Hispanics Prefer Beer 01/01/2009
Treatment for Substance Use Reduces Depression/Anxiety in Adolescents 10/01/2015
Treating individuals with substance-abuse disorders who have attempted suicide 10/01/2005

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