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Derek Dulley 4m
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H Edenberg 6h
Alcohol dependence (alcoholism) is a complex disorder; genes and the environment both contributing to risk. No one is genetically "destined" for . New critical review of 2 key genes:
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🇯🇲 15m
Cuz bring a magnum frm yaaad 🇯🇲and my plug got a bottle of Brugal🇩🇴 waiting for me to pickup
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Derek Dulley 26m
please give me the strength to continue my for my ! !
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abeliniyan Nov 8
Alcohol is a greAt thing.
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Dethbysheep 2.0 15h
I find and to be the opposite of buddhism. People like me, we try to find enlightenment in our own way.
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Quincy Colbert Nov 11
I only intended to drink 3 of those... But then...
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Interfaith Matters Nov 11
Calendar () patron against and , the feast day of Saint Martin of Tours
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Jim Anders 5h
WTF? 4,419 Tweets by the author of ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal A GREAT GIFT to Give Yourself & Others Re-Tweetable Enjoy!!!
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samuella Nov 13
Insiders have long worried about the lifestyles of people who work in the industry, which has among the highest rates of illicit use & plus a tradition of masking struggles. Physical & emotional toughness prized.
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H Edenberg 6h
is more than just heavy drinking. People suffering from this serious illness cannot control their drinking even when they are experiencing the many problems their drinking causes.
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Kelly Deacon Nov 11
Sometimes I just don't know what to do.
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Dlionsroar Nov 13
if you want to ban cigarette smoking from public places . . . sure, you can do the same for marijuana I guess. However, I'd like to think that Guelph citizens who smoke, are smart enough to respect others. More important topics to tackle. etc
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Personal Remedies 23h
Comprehensive guide for those recovering from or AUD and its common health issues is now available.
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Denise Eaton 5h
If you, your family or friends are suffering the harmful effects of you're not alone as this incredibly brave and honest mum will testify.
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COGA Nov 13
Variations in ADH1B that speed the conversion of alcohol to acetaldehyde, and in ALDH2 that slow elimination of acetaldehyde, reduce the chances that the person will drink heavily and reduce one’s risk for . New critical review.
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Vanessa Rodriguez 16h
LEARN about how more than half of all adults have a family history of or drinking problems.
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Roger That 14h
Replying to @RogerTh71142375
233 people who blew the whistle on fraud in the system: 90% were fired or demoted, 27% faced , 26% had to seek or care, 25% suffered , 17% lost their homes, 15% got , 10% attempted & 8% went .
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KANSAS/SEATTLE 12h
Replying to @MagsDWB13
I tried to drink it away. All the way into . Didn't work though. Made it worse. Once I got I began to quickly make progress with friends who stood by me through thick & thin. Now 22yrs. I help where I can. Continuing my progress.
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Total Men's Lifestyle 20m
If you have the willpower, the benefits of 30 days of no alcohol are unbelievable, both inside and out.
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