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Alcohol Young Men's' Health.
Learn the facts about alcohol and keep yourself safe! What is alcohol? The scientific term for the alcohol that people drink is ethyl alcohol or ethanol. Alcohol is produced by a process called fermentation, and is found in beer, liquor, and wine.
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CDC Fact Sheets-Alcohol Use And Health Alcohol. home4. Minus. home. expand. expand. expand. govD. govD. PDF. file_external.
Ann of Emer Med 1999336659668. Alcohol and Crime: An Analysis of National Data on the Prevalence of Alcohol Involvement in Crime Cdc-pdf External PDF 229 KB. Report prepared for the Assistant Attorney Generals National Symposium on Alcohol Abuse and Crime.
Alcohol Wikipedia.
In other less formal contexts, an alcohol is often called with the name of the corresponding alkyl group followed by the word alcohol, e.g, methyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol. Propyl alcohol may be n propyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol, depending on whether the hydroxyl group is bonded to the end or middle carbon on the straight propane chain.
Alcohol Love Your Liver.
How does alcohol affect your liver? We are often told that too much alcohol is bad for us, but do you really know why? Have you ever wondered how alcohol affects your liver when sipping your favorite cocktail or schooner of beer?
WHO Alcohol.
In addition to the chronic diseases that may develop in those who drink large amounts of alcohol over a number of years, alcohol use is also associated with an increased risk of acute health conditions, such as injuries, including from traffic accidents.
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Alcohol Alcohol.
business and community groups. For free and confidential advice about alcohol and other drugs, call the National Alcohol and Other Drug hotline: 1800 250 015. It will automatically direct you to the Alcohol and Drug Information Service in your state or territory.
Alcohol Journal Elsevier.
Articles are published from all levels of biomedical inquiry, including the following: molecular and cellular studies of alcohol's' actions in vitro and in vivo; animal model studies of genetic, pharmacological, behavioral, developmental or pathophysiological aspects of alcohol; human studies of genetic, behavioral, cognitive, neuroimaging, or pathological aspects of alcohol drinking; clinical studies of diagnosis including dual diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and epidemiology.
What Is Alcohol? Is Alcohol a Drug? Alcohol Content Drug-Free World.
Statistics on Alcohol: England, 2007, National Health Service UK. Alcohol in Europe: A Public Health Perspective, Institute of Alcohol Studies UK. Alcohol Use Disorders: Alcohol Liver Diseases and Alcohol Dependency, Warren Kaplan, Ph.D, JD, MPH, 7 Oct 2004. Alcohol and the Brain, University of Washington.
Alcohol: MedlinePlus.
Tips for Cutting Down on Drinking National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol Alert: Alcohol's' Damaging Effects on the Brain National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcohol Alert: Link Between Stress and Alcohol National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

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