Isolation, stigma, and disconnection from traditional in-person models can challenge addiction recovery. Online platforms and applications offer alternatives, but must still bridge the economic divide.
Approach your alcohol use as conscientiously as you do your diet or exercise routine.
Is it possible to drink in moderation if you’re an alcoholic?
The best evidence shows that punitive policies can dissuade women from getting prenatal care.
With 1 in 10 Americans saying they misuse drugs, doctors should ask everyone about both illegal and prescription use.
Binge drinkers in the new study were less likely than more moderate alcohol users to have chronic diseases.
Internet-based interventions curb adult problem drinking.
Evaluation of Two Web-Based Alcohol Interventions in the U.S. Military.
A computer-delivered intervention to reduce alcohol-related problems in college students.
Primary care physicians should focus on prevention of alcohol-related harms.
Alcohol use is a leading risk factor for death and disability.
Health profiles and patterns of involvement in the criminal justice system.
Definitions and how to identify binge drinking and heavy drinking behaviors with tools. . . .
There are a number of ways to manage and reduce urges or cravings. . . .
This is the second entry of a series of blogs on moderate drinking. . . .
A handy list of alcohol content in common drinks including beer, liquor, and spirits.
Learn what the definition of a standard drink is, where it comes to beer, wine, and spirits. Use our stand drink calculator by entering the number of drinks in ounces or mLs, the alcohol percent level and get a standard drink figure.
Learn about the effects of alcohol on your body and mind. At 10 different levels of blood alcohol percentage, get a detailed understanding of how alcohol impairs mental capacity, impacts mood and physical ability.
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Effective Date: March 26, 2019
Checkup & Choices LLC
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