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Diagnostic manual re-classifies alcohol abuse - The Independent Florida Alligator

Diagnostic manual re-classifies alcohol abuse - The Independent Florida Alligator | History of Alcohol | Scoop.it
Diagnostic manual re-classifies alcohol abuseThe Independent Florida AlligatorThe current edition of the manual labels alcohol issues as either alcohol abuse, classified as a short-term problem, or alcohol dependence, a chronic problem popularly...
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Alcohol intake in the elderly affects risk of cognitive decline and ...

Alcohol intake in the elderly affects risk of cognitive decline and ... | History of Alcohol | Scoop.it
Alzheimer's disease (AD) and other types of dementia are most common in the very elderly, and are associated with huge health costs. With a rapidly ageing population throughout the world, factors that affect the risk of ...
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Amazon.com: The Addiction Conspiracy: Unlocking Brain Chemistry and Addiction so You Don't Have to Struggle (9781434366481): Lee Tannenbaum: Books

Amazon.com: The Addiction Conspiracy: Unlocking Brain Chemistry and Addiction so You Don't Have to Struggle (9781434366481): Lee Tannenbaum: Books | History of Alcohol | Scoop.it
Amazon.com: The Addiction Conspiracy: Unlocking Brain Chemistry and Addiction so You Don't Have to Struggle (9781434366481): Lee Tannenbaum: Books (The Addiction Conspiracy: Unlocking Brain Chemistry and Addiction so You Don't Have to Struggle (Paperback):...
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Examining alcohol and cognition in the elderly - Scope - medical ...

Examining alcohol and cognition in the elderly - Scope - medical ... | History of Alcohol | Scoop.it
But previous research has shown that a fine line can exist between positive and negative health effects linked with alcohol consumption. While some studies have found moderate drinking may decrease the risk of dementia ...
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