If you suspect your child is an alcoholic, you may need to change your traditional parenting tactics. More on how to deal with alcoholism in your family here.
Assessment, supportive care, and pharmacotherapy are the main steps of alcohol detox. Details about each step and medical protocol detox here.
Alcohol can cause damage to the liver. Lifestyle change can reverse possible damage...and can help improve outcomes. A brief review of how drinking is related to cancner, cirrhosis, and liver disease here.
A guide to most of the risk factors (and the studies behind them) that can lead to the development of a drinking problem.
Yes, football and drinking go hand in hand. More on the ways that this sport encourages alcohol consumption, how to recognize a problem, and what to do about it.
A certain combination of hundreds of genes in individual’s DNA can increase the risk of developing alcoholism. What are the ‘alcoholic genes’ that put you at risk? A brief review here.
Alcohol withdrawal can be dangerous. The best and safest option is to enroll in medical detox when you plan to go through alcohol withdrawal. Why? Details here.
You should never mix alcohol with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, pain medication, antidepressants and anxiety medications, mood stabilizers, attention/concentration medication, marijuana, LSD, psilocybin, and other psychedelics, crystal meth, heroin, or cocaine/crack. Here's why.
A compiled list of the strongest alcohols currently on the market. Plus, a section on health risks and identifying alcohol problems.
A brief review of the consequences you face if you get arrested for drunk driving.