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  1. Alcoholism in the western genre: the portrayal of alcohol and alcoholism in the western genre.(Critical Essay): An article from: Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education by Danny Wedding, 2000-12-22
  2. The Spirituality of Sobriety: Finding the Spiritual Awakening in Recovery from Alcoholism by Gregg D., 2003-06-22
  3. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse in the Workplace: Managing Care and Costs Through Employee Assistance Programs Second Edition by Walter F. Scanlon, 1991-06-30
  4. Writing Under the Influence: Alcoholism and the Alcoholic Perception from Hemingway to Berryman by Matts G. Djos, 2010-04-15
  5. Alcoholism: New Light on the Disease by John Wallace, 1990-07
  6. Couple Therapy for Alcoholism: A Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Manual by Phylis J. Wakefield PhD, Rebecca E. Williams, et all 1996-04-26
  7. Vagrancy, Alcoholism and Social Control (Critical criminology) by Peter Archard, 1979-10-02
  8. White Knuckles & Wishful Thinking: Learning From the Moment of Relapse in Alcoholism and Other Addictions by George Manter Duwors, 2000-04-15
  9. Up and Down the Mountain: Helping Children Cope With Parental Alcoholism (Let's Talk) by Gail Zawacki, Pamela leib Higgins, 1994-11-01
  10. Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism by Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, 1977
  11. Alcoholism (The Facts) by Ann Manzardo, William F. Gabrielli, et all 2008-09-15
  12. When Early AAs Were Cured and Why, Third Edition by Dick B., 2006-01-10
  13. Trends in Alcohol Abuse And Alcoholism Research
  14. Children of Alcoholism: The Struggle for Self and Intimacy in Adult Life by Barbara Wood, 1989-01-01

101. Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Detox, Treatment And Rehabilitation
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102. - Alcoholism
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103. Alcohol And Alcoholism
Journal published by th Medical Council on alcoholism. Summaries and full text articles available online.
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104. Alcoholism
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105. Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome-Alcohol Alert No. 05-1989
Information primarily for health professionals, provided by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and alcoholism. Includes references.
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National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism No. 5 PH 270 August 1989 Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome The alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a cluster of symptoms observed in persons who stop drinking alcohol following continuous and heavy consumption. Milder forms of the syndrome include tremulousness, seizures, and hallucinations, typically occurring within 6-48 hours after the last drink. A more serious syndrome, delirium tremens (DTs), involves profound confusion, hallucinations, and severe autonomic nervous system overactivity, typically beginning between 48 and 96 hours after the last drink (Victor 1983). Estimates vary on the incidence of serious consequences of alcohol withdrawal. Regardless of actual incidence, recent evidence suggests that it may be important to treat everyone who is suffering from alcohol withdrawal. Clinical researchers have measured this overactivation in patients (Linnoila et al. 1987). Even patients with moderately severe alcohol withdrawal can experience sympathetic nervous system overactivity and increased production of the adrenal hormones cortisol and norepinephrine. Both of these hormones can be toxic to nerve cells. Moreover, cortisol can specifically damage neurons in the hippocampus (Sapolsky et al. 1986)a part of the brain that is thought to be particularly important for memory and control of affective states. Thus, repeated untreated alcohol withdrawals may lead to direct damage to the hippocampus.

106. Society For Neuroscience | Brain Briefings
alcoholism. Scores of people continue to reach for another drink even when theyknow that excess alcohol can harm their health, family life, and career.
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Alcoholism Scores of people continue to reach for another drink even when they know that excess alcohol can harm their health, family life, and career. Fortunately science is now providing some ammunition to help battle serious alcohol problems. Discoveries surrounding the chemistry of alcohol’s addictive effects have translated into the recent availability of biology-based treatments that can help people stay sober. Additional studies indicate that even more treatment options will become available in the near future. Whether it's sipped from sleek stemware or a tin can, the alcohol in any type of cocktail, wine, beer, or hard liquor, for some people, is highly addictive. More than 17 million Americans already know this too well. They either abuse alcohol or have graduated to become alcoholics and have lost control of their drinking. Alcoholics have powerful cravings for the drug that typically overtake their ability to stop drinking on their own, even in the face of devastating consequences. Excess alcohol can ruin a person's health, family life, and career. Until recently, little could be done to help keep problem drinkers from consuming alcohol except for counseling programs, which can be costly and do not always work. Thanks, however, to discoveries on the chemistry of alcohol's effects, some biology-based treatments are now available and even more help is on the way. The research is leading to:

107. FreeToLive
Twelve Step tools to recover from alcoholism and drug addiction.
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THE TWELVE REWARDS OF THE TWELVE STEPS Hope instead of desperation. Faith instead of despair. Courage instead of fear. Peace of mind instead of confusion. Self-confidence instead of helplessness. Self-respect instead of self-contempt. The respect of others instead of their pity or contempt. A clean conscience instead of a sense of guilt. Real friendships instead of loneliness. A clean pattern of life instead of a purposeless existence. The love and understanding of our families instead of their doubts and fears. The freedom of a happy life instead of the bondage of an alcoholic obsession.
elcome to my 12 step page.My name is Peter and I`m an alcoholic.All that is on this page is things that help ME stay sober and clean.This page is not affliated with AA or NA.It is just a help to a way of living a life without drugs.To become FREE TO LIVE! I will also inclue some links to he second thing I fill my life with.MUSIC...I have also been in bands since I was 13 years old....It is hard to get back into music,for me it is very related to drugs and alcohol....But I am getting there... ONE DAY AT A TIME.

108. Jesus Is The Answer
Tells of a deliverance from 20 years of alcoholism and drug addiction, also original poetry and links.
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109. Alcoholism And Addiction Prevention, Treatment And Recovery Resources
alcoholism and Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Resources alcoholand drugs related news, many alcohol and drug related links,
Drugs Related news from the worlds press. Updated every 5 minutes. A Five Day Residential Training in the UK with Thomas Hedlund LMFT: For a printer friendly application form click below: Requires adobe reader - to download a free copy click the button: Try Recovery Chat Right Now: Welcome to the revamped "Alcoholism and Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Resources " website brought to you by "Addiction Web Services" part of The Alchemy Project Ltd - a UK based substance misuse consultancy. We aim to provide a useful collection of resources for individuals recovering from alcohol and other drug problems worldwide, their families and friends and the professionals who work with them. We welcome any feedback and suggestions that you might have about the site - you will find a link to our contact details at the top of every page. Similarly if you would like to know more about our company and what we do then click on "About Us" at the top of the page. Newsflash!

110. Sober Start @
Substance abuse recovery forum and resource for information and support related to narcotics addiction and alcoholism.
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111. Castle Craig Is A Hospital For The Treatment Of Alcohol Problems And Drug Addict
A residential hospital offering a family programme for the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction. Located in Scotland.
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C astle Craig, located in the Scottish Borders, is run by Castle Craig Hospital Ltd. It is a residential hospital for the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction. The hospital and treatment are under medical direction and it is recognised by the major medical insurers for the treatment of addictive disease. The hospital is a prime and extra contractor to the National Health Service. A detoxification from alcohol and other drugs is provided, if needed. The treatment process is designed after the Minnesota Model and promotes The 12 Step Programme as a way of recovery from chemical dependency. Staff Vacancies Please visit our new vacancies section, online form for enquiring after current career opportunities with Castle Craig Hospital. 2004 Inspection Report,

112. Emergency Medicine At NCEMI: Emergency Medicine And Primary Care Resources
Among the alcoholism scoring systems, this one appeared to be the best of thescreening instruments (in at least one study) for the detection of harmful and

113. Depression And Alcoholism: A Diary Of My Suffering, Please Help
A Depression sufferer's day to day account of his battle with depression and his urge to drink. Includes a forum of people with similar problems.
Depression and Alcoholism , A Lethal Mix
Depression and alcohol dependence are two common disorders that frequently coexist. As a result, sorting out the various symptoms of each disorder and determining whether the symptoms of one are caused by the other often prove difficult. In turn, this uncertainty hampers decision making concerning treatment. In his review of current knowledge relating to this important issue, Dr Sawyer pointed out that progress is being made in understanding how these two disorders interact and that the data now available provide at least some basis for guiding treatment when alcoholism is the presenting disorder. Current research generally supports the notion that when a patient with mild to moderate depressive symptoms and no history of depression begins treatment of alcohol dependence, adoption of a posture of watchful waiting is a better approach than immediate antidepressant therapy. In many heavy drinkers, depressive symptoms relent within 1 to 3 weeks after abstinence has been established. This wait-and-see approach has the advantages of minimizing unneeded treatment of depression and giving the patient a clearer message that drinking is the major problem to be dealt with. It would be a mistake, however, to adopt this approach too rigidly, since many questions about its application remain unanswered.

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The term alcoholism suicide , immorality, crime, insanity, disease, and death. CHITTENDEN (Yale). Medical News , 22 April, 1905; SHOEMAKER, Materia Medica and Therapeutics (Philadelphia, 1894); BEEBE, New York Medical Journal (15 April. 1905); FOSTER, Textbook of Physiology (London, 1898); FLINT, Handbook of Physiology (New York, 1905); BARTHOLOW, Materia Medica and Therapeutics (New York l903); HALL, Journal of the American Medical Association (14 July, 1900); ATWATER, Physiological Aspects of the Liquor Problem (Boston, 1903); WELCH, Physiological Aspects of the Liquor Problem (Boston, 1903); BUNGE, Physiologische und Pathologische Chemic (1894), 124; NAMMACK, Alcohol in Typhoid Fever in Medical Record (28 April, 1906); PEABODY, Alcohol in Disease , in Medical News (22 April, 1905); O'GORMAN, Scientific Valuation of Alcohol in Health (London, 1900). CHARLES EDWARD NAMMACK
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115. Brown CAAS
Provides postdoctoral research training for behavioral, medical, and social scientists and health care professionals who wish to pursue a career in alcohol abuse and alcoholism research.

116. State Of NJ- Department Of The Treasury - Governor's Council On Alcoholism And D
The Governor s Council on alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA). The GCADA was createdto coordinate statewide services involving alcoholism and drug abuse.
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Welcome to the website of the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA). The GCADA was established to review and coordinate New Jersey's efforts in regard to the planning and provision of treatment, prevention, research, evaluation, and education services for, and public awareness of, alcoholism and drug abuse. Additionally, the Council was to establish and maintain the Municipal Alliance Program, which is a network of community based prevention programs. You may read more about the activities of the Governor's Council in the Legislative Mandate Our chairman is Joseph P. Miele, Esq., who was appointed in 1989 by Governor Tom Kean. Mr. Miele has been subsequently reappointed by Governor's Florio, Whittman and McGreevey. The current Executive Director, Mary Lou Powner, has been in the position since January 1998 having previously served as the Ocean County Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Director for 11 years. The Governor's Council has 25 members - 10 appointed by the Governor, 2 by the President of the Senate, 2 by the Speaker of the Assembly, and the Commissioners of 11 New Jersey state departments and agencies.

117. Miracle Recovery Centers
Programs and treatment for individual diagnosis of alcoholism and or drug abuse.;;;;

118. Office Of Personnel Management (OPM) Work/Life Programs
Please see the Appendix The Disease of alcoholism for a further discussion of In the workplace, the costs of alcoholism and alcohol abuse manifest
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    The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence defines alcoholism this way: "Alcoholism is a primary, chronic disease with genetic, psychological, and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations. The disease is often progressive and fatal. It is characterized by impaired control over drinking, preoccupation with the drug alcohol, use of alcohol despite adverse consequences, and distortion in thinking, most notably denial." Alcohol is the single most used and abused drug in America. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), nearly 14 million Americans (1 in every 13 adults) abuse alcohol or are alcoholics. Several million more adults engage in risky drinking patterns that could lead to alcohol problems. The costs to society in terms of lost productivity, health care costs, traffic accidents, and personal tragedies are staggering. Numerous studies and reports have been issued on the workplace costs of alcoholism and alcohol abuse, and they report costs that range from $33 billion to $68 billion per year. Alcohol is a major factor in injuries, both at home, at work, and on the road. Nearly half of all traffic fatalities involve alcohol. Please see the

119. Recovery Net Radio - Alcoholism, Addiction And Recovery News
News from a recovery perspective in streaming audio. Interviews with recovery authors, counselors, treatment programs and celebrity guests on addiction, alcoholism and mental health.
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"At Least Two Deaths Due To Lack of Methadone" Tue. Sep. 6 - According to Samantha-Hope-Atkins, At least two death's in the Gulf-Coast region due to lack of Methadone. The toll on recovering and struggling addicted people is expected to rise dramaticaly. "This is a trajedy not unexpected due to the fact that 400,000 or-so people in the region would qualify under the guidelines for needing treatment" says Hope-Atkins. "My personal feelings are we need people of means in the recovering population to step-in and help fund Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselors in this hour of tremendous need" Attebery says. The well-intentioned help that is available is doing a tremendous job, and the every=day people are doing great but, it is time for some professional help..
"A Plea For Funds To Pay For Certified Counselors" Mon. Sep. 5 - Samantha-Hope-Atkins and Recovery Net Radio send out a cry for immediate funding from Philanthropic Organizations that deal in substance abuse issues to cut the red-tape an send funds to hire certified Drug and Alcohol Counselors. The counselors were displaced by Katrina and unemployed due to the lack of any structure and the loss of thier treatment facilities. "We Need To Act Now" Hope-Atkins says, to alleviate further suffering by the recovering communities. While many have been bused to other area's that have medical personel it is highly doubtful they are equipted to deal with the real treatment needs of the suffering addicted population. Recovery Net Radio will do everything possible to get the help needed..

120. Alcoholism
Alcoholics — and their loved ones — suffer mentally, relationally and physically.This chainreaction dependency disintegrates relationships,
When Coping Becomes Addiction
Understanding how addictions or poor coping skills meet needs can help break the cycle.
Addiction Triggers

Recognizing what causes the cycle to start.
But I've Got Reasons!

Alcoholics offer countless excuses for drinking. They simply don’t hold water.
Dr. Jekyll's Potion

The link between alcohol and violent behavior may be stronger than you think.
My husband Wally won't even talk about his addiction, much less admit that he has a problem. What should I do?
My husband is an alcoholic. It has created a great deal of pain in our home, and I am concerned about the emotional welfare of my children. Can it be treated, and is there hope for families like mine?
My husband can drink a lot without getting dead drunk. Does that mean he isn't an alcoholic? Answer How can I get my alcoholic husband to cooperate and seek help? Answer Review answers to frequently asked questions or ask your own Absentee Father One adult child of an alcoholic shares his experience of healing and hope. Under the Influence Growing up with an alcoholic father.

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