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Introduction to alchohol problems


Alcohol dependence

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Alcoholism: Definition

Alcoholism: Description

  • symptoms
  • synonyms and related phrases

Alcoholism: History of the disorder

  • historical sources
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Alcoholism: Epidemiology

Alcoholism: Risk factors

Alcoholism: Etiology

Alcoholism: Diagnosis & evaluation

Alcoholism: Treatment

Alcoholism: For people with this difficulty

Alcoholism: For their carers

Alcoholism: Academic support materials

Alcoholism: For the practitioner

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