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         Alcoholism:     more books (104)
  1. Alcoholism, Narcissism, and Psychopathology (Master Work Series) by Gary Forrest, 1994-11-01
  2. Alcoholism and Women: The Background and the Psychology (Studies in Jungian Psychology By Jungian Analysts, 11) by Jan Bauer, 1985-01-01
  3. 180 Degrees by Robert R., 2008
  4. The Healing Rosary: Rosary Meditations for Those in Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction by Mike D., 1998-09
  5. Alcoholism (Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders) by Jacqueline Langwith, 2009-10-30
  6. The Twelve-Step Facilitation Handbook: A Systematic Approach to Early Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction by Joseph Nowinski, Stuart Baker, 1998-01
  7. Alcoholism: The Genetic Inheritance by Kathleen Whalen Fitzgerald, 2002-08-01
  8. Encyclopedic Handbook of Alcoholism by Mansell Pattison, 1982-10
  9. Alcoholism Sourcebook (Health Reference Series)
  10. New Light on Alcoholism: God, Sam Shoemaker, and A.A. (2d ed.) by Dick B., 1998-11-01

61. U.S. Report Backs Drinking In Moderation
A review of studies, conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and alcoholism, recommends moderate alcohol consumption for most people, based on the cardiovasular and other health benefits.

62. Alcoholism Treatment
An international expert answers your questions on alcoholism, teen drug, andgambling addiction for free!
"alcoholism, alcoholism treatment, drug abuse, drugs of abuse, gambling addiction, Teen Alcoholism, teenage gambling, intervention, Teenage Drug Abuse, addiction, Alcoholism Signs, Alcoholism Symptoms, alcoholism statistics." Home alcoholism [alcoholism treatment] drug abuse drugs of abuse gambling addiction Teen Alcoholism ... Methamphetamine Treatment The denial that fuels addiction: How do people who need alcoholism treatment end up being such liars? People who need alcoholism treatment, drug treatment, teen drug treatment, or gambling treatment tell incredible lies. Addicts lie when they have to, and they lie when they don't have to. They lie to get out of trouble, and the lies get them into more trouble. They lie to increase their pleasure and they lie to wallow in their self-pity. Alcoholism treatment is necessary to show the addicted person the truth about the extent of their alcohol or drug problem. Why do people need alcoholism treatment? The disease of alcoholism or addiction must lie, and it must continue to lie, or it cannot exist. Alcoholism cannot live in the light of the truth. You can't tell the truth to yourself and continue be an alcoholic or drug addict. With the truth, you would realize the problem, and get some help. All of the lies exist to protect the alcoholic or drug addict from a painful truth. The truth is, we are out of control, and if we keep up the addictive behavior, we are doomed. The truth causes us great anxiety so we defend ourselves from the truth. We distort the truth just enough to feel like nothing is wrong. The reason alcoholics need alcoholism treatment is they are lying to themselves and they don't know it. They couldn't tell you the truth if they wanted to, because they don't know what it is. This self-delusion grows gradually over many years. People who need alcoholism treatment think they are fine even when they are dying.

63. UMADAOPS Of Ohio
Works to reduce substance abuse by providing education, prevention and awareness programs. Includes details in cities where programs are available.
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The primary purpose of the Urban Minority alcoholism and Drug abuse Outreach Programs of Ohio is to provide culturally appropriate prevention services to African-American and Hispanic/Latino American communities in Ohio. Our prevention service strategy and focus provide Information Dissemination, Education, Alternatives, Problem Identification, Community-Based Process, and Environmental activities as outlined by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP).
Funded by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services

64. EMedicine - Alcoholism : Article By Warren Thompson, MD
alcoholism alcoholism is common, serious, and expensive. Physicians encounteralcohol-related cirrhosis, cardiomyopathy, pancreatitis,
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Last Updated: May 1, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: alcohol dependence, alcohol abuse, Alcoholics Anonymous, AA, chronic alcohol use, chronic alcohol abuse, substance abuse, ethanol abuse, binge drinking, bender AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Warren Thompson, MD , Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Mayo Medical School Warren Thompson, MD, is a member of the following medical societies: American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine Editor(s): Denis F Darko, MD , Director, Central Nervous System Clinical Research, Clinical Science, Green Hospital; Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD

65. Hazelden - Hazelden -- The Leader In Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation, Education
Nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people recover from alcoholism and other drug addiction. Provides residential and outpatient treatment for adults and young people, programs for families affected by chemical dependency, and training for a variety of professionals.
Welcome Guest Home Admissions Alumni Donations ... Site Map Search About Us Services Resources Online Store ... Education Hazelden The leader in alcohol and drug rehabilitation, education and recovery What's New Thought for the Day Mission/Vision/Values Parents can spot teen drug use and take steps to prevent it. The Voice, Summer 2005 edition a Hazelden newsletter filled with news and opinion for recovering people and professionals is available online. Recovery Month highlights getting help for an addiction. Fall offerings of the Renewal Center and The Lodge programs have something for everyone in recovery Do you think you or someone you know may have a drinking problem? Take our confidential online screening test. Register on the Hazelden website and receive a 10% discount on all purchases in our online store, subscribe to free daily emailed meditations, or send iCare Cards and eMedallions.
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66. Welcome To The Alcoholism Council Of New York

67. NCADD-NJ: National Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence - New Jersey
NCADD, NCADDNew Jersey, NCADD-NJ The National Council on alcoholism and DrugDependence-New Jersey promotes the prevention and treatment of, and recovery
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August 31, 2005 - Princeton Borough and Township are currently involved in a two-and-a-half week "heightened alert" period targeting drunk drivers.
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August 31, 2005 - High school students could see new tests this year that are neither multiple choice nor essay drug tests.
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People with a family history of alcoholism are also more likely to begin drinkingbefore The risk for alcoholism in sons of alcoholic fathers is 25%.
Alcoholism December 2001 WHAT IS ALCOHOLISM? Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive, and often fatal disease. It is a primary disorder and not a symptom of other diseases or emotional problems. The chemistry of alcohol allows it to affect nearly every type of cell in the body, including those in the central nervous system. After prolonged exposure to alcohol, the brain adapts to the changes alcohol makes and becomes dependent on it. The severity of this disease is influenced by factors such as genetics, psychology, culture, and response to physical pain.
Signs of alcoholism or alcohol dependence include the following:
  • The only indication of early alcoholism may be the unpleasant physical responses to withdrawal that occur during even brief periods of abstinence.
  • Alcoholics have little or no control over the quantity they drink or the duration or frequency of their drinking.
  • They are preoccupied with drinking, deny their own addiction, and continue to drink even though they are aware of the dangers.
  • Over time, some people become tolerant to the effects of drinking and require more alcohol to become intoxicated, creating the illusion that they can "hold their liquor."

69. American Baptist Churches Resolution On Alcoholism And Other Chemical Dependenci
Outlining the position of the church on alcoholism and substance abuse problems.
All are created in the image of God, and God has entrusted us to be stewards of the whole creation. As stewards of the Divine Image, we are called to be responsible in relationships of faith toward God and of love and justice toward humankind. As stewards of the natural world, we are called to manage the world for the well-being of the present and future human community. Stewardship includes responsible use of the gifts of body, mind and spirit, as well as the gifts of grapes, grain and chemicals.
The Bible asserts that our rebellion against God perverts our relationship to our neighbors and distorts our relationship to all creation. Dependency upon alcohol and other chemicals not only reflects a misuse of creation because of the harmful effects upon body, mind and spirit, but also thwarts the creative potential because of the harmful effects upon the human community.
The biblical vision of God's shalom (wholeness, health, well-being, harmony and peace) provides an image of what God intends for creation. In our brokenness, disharmony and ill-health we prevent shalom and participate in "the whole creation...groaning in travail until now" (Romans 8:22).
Dependency on alcohol and/or other chemicals is a primary, progressive and chronic disease which attacks body, mind and spirit. Drugs and alcohol are indeed potentially addicting. At least 10% of the adult population is dependent on alcohol or other drugs. One out of four families is suffering from the effects of alcoholism and other drug-related problems. This dependency is a leading cause of death in the United States and a major factor in accidental death and violent crimes.

70. Alcoholism
alcoholism runs in families, which suggests it may have a genetic cause. Treatment for alcoholism can be different for each person.

71. Alcoholism
An indepth look into this very serious disease. Links to other informative websites related to this condition are listed as well. MIDI music
On the Rocks: Cynthia's Alcoholism Information A shark attacks its prey very slowly. It allows them to have a false sense of security; Circling and circling around them coming closer and closer until when they least expect it >>WHAM! Alcoholism is like a great white shark. Deceiving it's victims into thinking they aren't in danger. It waits very patiently to attack swimming at the bottom of the murky glass. Each year, over 10 thousand individuals under the age of 24 are killed in alcohol related accidents, making it one of the leading causes of death for this age group! Most experts agree that there are about 20 million alcoholics in the United States. The costs imposed by these addicted Americans both emotionally and financially are incalculable. Alcoholism is a chronic primarily hereditary disease, that progresses from early physiological susceptibility, into addiction and loss of control! Contrary to popular belief, Alcoholism is based on physiological addiction and NOT psychological dependence. The alcoholic's enzymes, hormones, genes and brain chemistry work together to create their abnormal and unfortunate reaction to alcohol.

72. Alcohol And Alcoholism Recovery Tools - Sober24
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73. Alcoholism
journal on alcoholism and other addictions.

74. Alcoholism Reduces Male Heart's Ability To Synthesize Protein; Possible Therapy
Pennsylvania State University researchers find that genderrelated differences in protein metabolism cause male heavy drinkers to be more at risk of alcoholic cardiomyopathy.

75. Recovery From Addictions, Alcoholism, Abusive Relationships And Codependency Rec
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76. The Haworth Press Online Catalog
A Response to French (alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Volume 22, 2004) The Rise and Fall of alcoholism and Drug Dependence Treatment at Mayo Clinic and

77. Template
Testimony of being freed from alcoholism by Jesus Christ.
setAdGroup(''); var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded" Search: Lycos Angelfire 40 Yr Old Virgin Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site ... Next This is My Story Home Links Above is the Ship I served on from 1958 to 1960 I was born on August the 13th on a Friday, the proverbial second son of a second son. I started drinking when I was about seventeen. You might say I was an alcoholic, it was so bad that no one knew I was a drunk till the day I stopped drinking. I joined the Navy things got even worse; did you ever hear the old saying (like a drunken sailor)? That was me. I would drink while I drove from bar to bar; I was not really enjoying it. It came to a point that my friends and I would go from bar to bar to start a bar fight, I thank God that no one was killed or enjured seriously. At times on Sunday while others were seeking God I would be in a bar drinking tomato juice and beer for my breakfast. I had a vicious temper and was always looking for a fight. My mouth was like an open sewer with the language I spoke, you would call it fluent profanity. I thought I would live forever till one day my best friend died in a freak accident, then I knew that life was temporary and death was just a heart beat away: I asked myself if I died right now where would I spend eternity. I knew that there was a God out there somewhere and that He had something better for me. The Bible says

78. The Haworth Press Online Catalog: Product: 'Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly'
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79.  Alcoholism Recovery Addiction Alcoholics Anonymous Drug Treatment Center
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80. Alcoholics Anonymous
The Fellowship (Alcoholics Anonymous) has adopted a policy of cooperation butnot affiliation with other organizations concerned with the problem of

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