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Effects of lamotrigine in patients with bipolar disorder and alcohol dependence

Being honest with a doctor is vital to understanding if alcohol abuse is something that should be diagnosed. Many people begin as social or occasional drinkers, especially in high school or college. While not everyone who drinks socially will abuse alcohol, those who binge drink are at a higher risk. Binge drinking is defined as …

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Mayo Clinic Minute: How genetics factor into treating alcohol use disorder

Content Is Addiction Hereditary? Additional risk factors Firearm Violence Exposure in Black and American Indian/Alaska Native Communities Linked to Poorer Health Similarly, while there is a genetic component to alcohol tolerance, there have been largely inconclusive results about an alcohol dependence gene being hereditary. Research9 shows that genes are responsible for about half of the risk …

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Effect of Parental Drinking on Adolescents PMC

In child’s relationship with mother, significant difference was found in the domain of symbolic punishment, rejecting, object punishment, indifferent and neglecting. Only eldest children who did not have history of developmental delay were taken. Mean age of children of alcoholic parents was 13.50 ± 1.13 years, and of children of non-alcoholic parents was 3.96 ± …

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Government Shutdown: What Services and Benefits Could Be Affected? The New York Times

Content The Early or Adaptive Stage steps to breaking your ‘after work drink’ habit SHRM HR JOBS Laws About Alcohol in the Workplace Testing Location So drinking a beer with a lower alcohol percentage (like 3.5 percent) as opposed to some IPAs (that have upwards of 9 percent alcohol) may make a difference. So does …

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