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North American Indian Drinking And Alcohol Addiction pdf download cacieunij.ru

Firewater myths: North American Indian drinking and alcohol addiction. Front Cover. Joy Leland. Publications Division, Rutgers Center of Alcohol …
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Increased Steroid Hormone Dehydroepiandrosterone and Pregnenolone Levels in Post-Mortem Brain Samples of Alcoholics

Intra-tissue levels of steroid hormones (e.g., dehydroepiandrosterone [DHEA], pregnenolone [PREGN], and testosterone [T]) may influence the pathological changes seen in neurotransmitter systems of alcoholic brains. Our aim was to compare levels of these steroid hormones between the post-mortem brain samples of alcoholics and non-alcoholic controls. We studied steroid levels with quantitative liqui
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Television viewing and alcohol advertising with alcohol expectancies among school-aged children in Taiwan

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Monthly Estimates of Alcohol Drinking During Pregnancy: United States, 2002-2011.

CONCLUSIONS: We detected a possibly ameliorative pregnancy effect on alcohol use and HED, with variation in drinking prevalence across the months of the first trimester. Alcohol dependence might be affecting drinking persistence among pregnant women, but this effect cannot account for the drinking persistence observed here.
PMID: 26997185 [PubMed – in process] (Source: Journal of Studies on Al
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Effects of Economic Disruptions on Alcohol Use and Problems: Why Do African Americans Fare Worse?

This study tested a model of the effects of recession-related job loss on alcohol use disorder (AUD) and examined why African Americans who lost their jobs during the 2008-2009 recession were at increased risk for AUD relative to Whites. We hypothesized that (a) job loss would be positively associated with psychological distress (i.e., higher levels of depressive symptoms) and increased drunkenne
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