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Christina and Arianna Huffington Break Their Silence on Christina’s Addiction

Christina and Arianna Huffington Break Their Silence on Christina’s Addiction | Women and Alcohol | Scoop.it
There’s a lot in our September issue I’m proud of (a Jennifer Aniston cover! The kickoff to Glamour’s 75th anniversary!). But truth be told, no article stands to do more good in the world than Christina Huffington’s no-holds-barred account of...
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It's awesome when people have the courage to talk about their personal "hard" time, it heps others feel not so alone in theirs. 

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New Study Shines Light on the Connection Between Underlying Issues and Alcohol Abuse

New Study Shines Light on the Connection Between Underlying Issues and Alcohol Abuse | Women and Alcohol | Scoop.it
Malibu, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2013 -- Passages Malibu issues statement on recently published study that aligns with long-held company philosophy.
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'I was born with this addiction, I was always going to be an alcoholic': Woman whose organs shut down because of her FIVE bottle a day wine habit in first TV interview

'I was born with this addiction, I was always going to be an alcoholic': Woman whose organs shut down because of her FIVE bottle a day wine habit in first TV interview | Women and Alcohol | Scoop.it
Patricia Murphy, 45, lives in Chessington, Surrey, and has been sober for seven months, despite having spent the past 25 years drinking 350 units of alcohol every day.
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Amazing and inspirational story of recovery! 

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Lifestyles of the Happy | dailyRx

Lifestyles of the Happy | dailyRx | Women and Alcohol | Scoop.it
dailyRx is the leading provider of medically reviewed health news and medical information with tips that are actionable and easy.
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Women who drank seven or more drinks weekly were 1.8 times more likely to be SSRI users.
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