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Alcohol; National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC)

October 2003 Prepared for the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing by Fiona Shand, Jennifer Gates, Julia Fawcett, and Richard Mattick National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) Guidelines for the Treatment of Alcohol Problems

Alcohol: Is This Right?

Alcohol: Is This Right? Name _____Date _____ Please circle whether you agree or disagree with each statement.

Alcohol, the Brain, and Behavior

Alcohol, the Brain, and Be h a v i o r Mechanisms of Addiction The actions of alcohol that cause intoxication, initiate and maintain excessive drinking behavior, and promote relapse during abstinence occur primarily in the brain.

What is Alcohol?

Alcohol and Its Effects on Behavior William R. Miller, Ph.D. What is Alcohol? All alcohol beverages contain exactly the same kind of alcohol: ethyl alcohol, or ethanol.

BASIC FACTS ABOUT DRUGS: ALCOHOL

American Council for Drug Education, an affiliate of Phoenix House 164 West 74 th Street, New York, NY 10023, 1-800-488-DRUG (3784), www.acde.org BASIC FACTS ABOUT DRUGS: ALCOHOL What is Alcohol?

Alcohol and College Students Drinking Fact Sheet

Alcohol and College Students Drinking Fact Sheet ● Seventy-two percent of college students report that they used alcohol at least once within the 30 days prior to completing the Core survey.

Alcohol, Aging, and the Stress Response

Alcohol, Aging, and the Stress Response Robert L. Spencer, Ph.D., and Kent E. Hutchison, Ph.D. The body responds to stress through a hormone system called the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis.

Alcohol: An Introduction

Introduction to Alcohol: From Dependence to Benefits Introduction No substance, legal or illegal, has a more paradoxical history than alcohol. It is, undeniably, one of the most widely and safely used mood-altering substances in our society and cultural activities.

Alcohol

Alcohol . What You Don’t Know . Can Harm You . National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism . National Institutes of Health . 1999 Publication No. (ADP) 99-2558 Resource Center

Alcohol and Cancer

Basic description . Research shows that alcohol consumption is linked to an increased chance of developing certain cancers. The more alcohol a person consumes, the higher his or her risk of developing some kinds of cancer.