alcoholism

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Synonyms for alcoholism

an intense persistent desire to drink alcoholic beverages to excess

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What's really positive, though, is that you've managed to come through alcohol dependency and are in a far better place to create a happy life for you and your daughter.
He has ambition, talent and intellect but he has a disease which is alcohol dependency.
Swedish researchers announced last month that they had found a key enzyme linked to alcoholism that is switched off in the frontal lobe when alcohol dependency is developed.
Additionally, mental health issues and alcohol dependency predicted higher levels of financial stress and vice versa, suggesting the possibility of a vicious cycle occurring.
You might not have any noticeable symptoms of alcohol dependency, but how do you know if you're drinking too much?
London, Feb 9 ( ANI ): Researchers have found that patients who undergo bypass operations could be at greater risk of drunkenness and alcohol dependency.
This is because of the impact of serious problems faced by their parents - such as poverty, alcohol dependency, domestic violence and family breakdowns.
NEW YORK -- ABC News anchor Elizabeth Vargas is in treatment for alcohol dependency.
NHS statistics indicate nine per cent of men and four per cent of women in Britain show signs of alcohol dependency.
Living with someone who has an alcohol dependency is complicated.
Add group rooms and space for staff so that the center can provide treatment for drug and alcohol dependency on site.
Dean will have intensive sessions with specialists in treating alcohol dependency and depression.
In 2010, 36 percent of those in the program received help with drug or alcohol dependency and 32 percent received mental health services.
The results of the study suggested an association of familiar alcohol dependency and obesity in women and, possibly, in men.
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