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The Research Society on Alcoholism, since 1976, has served as a meeting ground for scientists in the broad areas of alcoholism and alcohol-related problems.
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NIH Apr 18
NIAAA research has contributed to the understanding of how alcohol affects the body. Test your knowledge of impairment at rising blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels
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NIH Apr 19
Adolescents do listen to parents when it comes to , especially if messages are consistent & conveyed with authority. Tips for talking to your child about :
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NIH Apr 17
The route to from alcohol use disorder is different for each person and not always a straight line.
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NIH Apr 17
NIAAA promotes cutting-edge alcohol research through pre/postdoctoral , institutional training & career development awards. Learn more about research training opportunities:
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NIH Apr 16
NIAAA is working to advance understanding of -associated liver diseases like alcoholic hepatitis and . In the U.S., nearly half of liver disease deaths involve alcohol.
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NIDAnews Apr 16
Within minutes of having an alcoholic drink, a person’s blood alcohol concentration can be measured. Find out how.
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NIH Apr 16
Learn what counts as a – an important part of evaluating your own drinking pattern:
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NIAAA News Apr 16
Study: Brain data predicts use disorder () symptoms. researchers found that resting state brain activity could effectively predict the severity of alcohol-related problems. Read the blog here:
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NIDAnews Apr 13
that only about two of every five full-time scientists and engineers in the United States are women? Find out about some of the young women whose scientific research was recently recognized by NIDA.
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NIDAnews Apr 13
Teachers: For , use our resources to get your students excited about participating in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and help them find project ideas.
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ASAM Apr 11
April 11th is National Alcohol Screening Day. Use to find an evidence-based tool you can use to screen your patients!
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SAMHSA Apr 11
SAMHSA’s “Medication for the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder: A Brief Guide” gives guidance on the use of for alcohol, including approved meds, screening & assessment, Tx planning, & patient monitoring:
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NIAAA News Apr 11
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James G Murphy Apr 11
Congrats to on this important paper: "Brief Motivational Interventions are Associated with Reductions in Alcohol-induced Blackouts among Heavy Drinking College Students" in "Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research".
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NIDAnews Apr 11
Teens face peer pressure to drink alcohol, but there are many ways to smartly resist that pressure.
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NIAAA News Apr 10
A meta-analysis of six national surveys suggests alcohol use and binge are increasing in the U.S., particularly for women and older adults
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NIAAA News Apr 10
Alcohol problems have a societal cost of $249 billion each year, which includes about $134 billion in lost productivity and $26 billion in medical costs
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Alcoholism Research Apr 10
Read the NEW virtual issue from Women and Alcohol: Patterns of use, consequences of misuse, and approaches to identification and treatment
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Katie Witkiewitz Apr 9
Two new papers on the WHO drinking risk levels to be published next month in and and Here is a handy guide for using these risk levels (max. drinks per week) with your patients/clients.
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Katie Witkiewitz Apr 9
Abstinence from alcohol is not required for clinical benefit. For individuals with alcohol dependence: reductions in drinking are achieved, maintained for at least one year, and associated with significant clinical benefit. Open access pre-print:
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