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Abstinent Alcoholics can have Reduced Brain Activation without Apparent Structural Damage 09/01/2007
Abstinence plus Exercise can Reclaim Bone Loss Due to Alcoholism 10/01/2012
Abstinence May Make the Brain Grow Stronger 12/01/2001
Abstinence Can Aid in Significant Gait and Balance Recovery 12/01/2011
Abnormalities in Stress Hormone Response Among Alcoholics 07/01/2001
A sweet tooth may be a "marker" for the genetic risk for developing alcoholism 12/01/2003
A Stomach Enzyme Deficit May Place Women at More Risk From Drinking Alcohol 05/01/2001
A Red-Wine Polyphenol Called Resveratrol Demonstrates Significant Health Benefits 09/01/2009
A Persons High or Low Response to Alcohol Says Much about Their Risk for Alcoholism 09/01/2009
A Neurogenetic Approach to Alcoholism 05/01/2001
A Need for Novelty may Indicate Future Alcohol Problems 05/01/2009
A national study of colleges identifies gaps in efforts to enforce alcohol laws 09/01/2014
A liking for sweets, combined with novelty seeking, may predict alcoholism 10/01/2004
A genetic difference at the opiate receptor gene affects a person’s response to alcohol 01/01/2005
A Fresh Look at the Effect of Gene/Environment Interaction on Alcoholism 12/01/2009
A Family History of Alcoholism May Add to Damaging Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure 11/01/2012
A Family History of Alcoholism is Linked to Greater Sweet Preferences among Women 11/01/2007
A Closer Look at Trauma under the Influence 10/01/2009
12-Step Sponsorship Associated with Positive Outcomes for Stimulant Users 04/01/2017
12-Step Facilitation Outcomes Similar for Both African Americans and Caucasians 08/01/2016