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Alcohol Makes You Friends by runordiechick Facebook Posted Fri 24 Feb 2012 7:02pm Matt and the beer he nursed all night Danielle, who agreed to be fun with me Jason, too cool for all of us Even if it was unsuccessful, the vodka bombs were pretty tasty. Mine had watermelon vodka with red bull- I highly recommend. Tonight my friend Mat ... Read on »
What are the Most Diet-Friendly Alcohol Choices? by Be Well Posted Fri 03 Sep 2010 12:00am It's officially that time again-- Football Season!! Tomorrow the Crimson Tide will step on the field for their season opener against San Jose State, (ahem-Roll Tide) while the Auburn Tigers battle it out on their own turf against Arkansas State. Alabama and Auburn fans don't agree on much, but we all have one thing in common on game day: alcoho ... Read on »
Alcopops: California Cracks Down on Kid-Friendly Alcohol by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:22am “Training Beers” and “Girlie Drinks” Come Under Fire In June, the California State Assembly passed the “Alcopops Warning Label Bill,” requiring a warning label on the bubbly, sweetened, premixed alcohol drinks sold in mini-marts and gas stations and often indistinguishable from soda and juice drinks. Critics say that the beverages, w ... Read on »
Do Friends Judge You For Your Alcoholic Spouse? by addictiondoc Posted Sun 22 Aug 2010 12:36pm Are you married to an alcoholic spouse? If so, do you feel your friends judge you for putting up with your alcoholic husband or alcoholic wife’s behavior? If you are living with an alcoholic, you are probably your worst critic for the chaos that you put up with. Here are 5 examples of alcoholic behavior that you and your friends judge ... Read on »
Friend or Foe? Alcohol Consumption vs Our Health by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 Nov 2011 3:01am While I have not read how/why heavyweight boxing champion & Olympic gold medalist Smokin' Joe Frazier developed liver cancer , I noted two days ago that alcohol is involved in approximately 1 out of ever 5 cases of primary liver cancer.  In fact, just last week, a prospective observational study was published in JAMA concluding that alcohol c ... Read on »
Hiding Your Alcohol? – Your Plunge is Beginning by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 10:20pm If you are a problem drinker now, more than likely the near future will find you starting to hide your bottles of alcohol. There are probably many reasons why excessive drinkers do this, but one of the main reasons is likely to be “escape”. If you are still denying you have a problem in the deep hours of the night when you reach behind your off ... Read on »
Your Questions About Advice For Wife Of Alcoholic by addictiondoc Posted Tue 15 Mar 2011 5:45pm Ruth asks… Can you give me good advice for dealing with my alcoholic friend? (who is an alcoholic husband) I’ve made it clear to my friend that I won’t drink with him, or hang out with him while he’s drinking, or hang out with him at bars. I think that providing him somebody to hang out with where he knows ther ... Read on »
Defining Alcoholism by MentalHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm DAVID MARKS, MD: I'm Dr. David Marks. Many alcoholics don't even know they have a problem. So what are the symptoms of alcoholism? And when should you start worrying that you might have a problem? Joining us to answer these questions is Dr. Carol Weiss. She's an Addiction Psychiatrist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Public H ... Read on »
Dealing With The Stigma Of Being An Alcoholic - The Label Of Alcoholic Shouldn’t Bother You by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 2:00pm Part of the denial process for an alcoholic or problem drinker is wrapping their head around the fact that they may actually be an alcoholic. Up to this point in your life, an alcoholic might be the person you see sleeping off on a park bench with a newspaper blanket. Alcoholics are those people who are destitute and sick, stumbling around unco ... Read on »
Dealing With The Stigma Of Being An Alcoholic – The Label Of Alcoholic Shouldn’t Bother You by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm Part of the denial process for an alcoholic or problem drinker is wrapping their head around the fact that they may actually be an alcoholic. Up to this point in your life, an alcoholic might be the person you see sleeping off on a park bench with a newspaper blanket. Alcoholics are those people who are destitute and sick, stumbling around unco ... Read on »