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Teenagers who try their first alcoholic drink at a young age are more likely to get intoxicated while young and drink more frequently.
Researchers believe that chronic alcoholics may drink, in part, to alleviate a deficit in serotonin.
Researchers studied the relationship between alcohol consumption and variations in a gene involved in processing the brain chemical serotonin.
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In many people who do not drink alcohol or drink very little there is a condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
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A new study says just tasting beer increases a person’s desire to get drunk.
Researchers at UCLA believe that they may have a potential way to reduce the damage alcohol does to the liver.
There is a very disturbing report from the government but one of which parents should be aware. Their study results indicate that by late adolescence almost eighty percent of teenagers reported having consumed alcohol.
Cirrhosis is a permanent scarring of the liver. It is caused by drinking too much alcohol and by hepatitis.
A new study finds teenagers who are seemingly addicted to the Internet may have abnormal white matter.
Now a report in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism finds that people who drink too much have increased odds of developing metabolic syndrome.
In fatty liver, a person gets exactly that: excess fat built up in the liver. We see the problem in people who drink too much alcohol, but fatty liver is also found in people who are overweight.
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