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Alcoholic

Stahl prescription book outlines prescription techniques for various diseases and disorders. This study endeavors to evaluate for alcoholic withdrawal patients. The most essential and fundamental part is the determination of the patient's background. Why is this crucial? Patient's background information will be valuable in determining whether the behavior is hereditary...

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Alcohol Use Disorder: Genetics or Environment?

The majority of research indicating that environmental factors are prevalent in incidences of alcohol use disorder does not appear to consider genetic factors during the course of the experimentation. Ahern, Balzer, and Galea (2015) presented research that indicates that social factors are the primary cause for increases in alcohol use...

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Researchable Problem- Hand Washing vs. Alcohol Rubs

In any health care organization it is important to adopt procedures to help reduce the number of nosocomial infections. Nosocomial infections are infections which can be acquired through improper sterilization, such as a lack of proper hand sanitation. In my area of work at the Richmond Supported Living Center, there...

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Alcoholics Anonymous Community Experience

As is widely known, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) exists to provide support for those struggling with alcoholism, and support generated by how other alcoholics share their experiences in a safe setting. The meetings may be found in cities and towns throughout the nation, they may exist as impromptu gatherings when several...

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Teens And Alcohol

Teenage children abuse of alcohol is not only a social issue in the United States, but all over the world. A research carried out by the Medical Practitioners Association in 2012 showed that more than a half of the high school students in America drink on a regular basis, not...

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The Prevalence of Alcohol and Drugs in the United States

The given paper takes a close look at the alcohol and drug epidemics in the United States today. The author explains that substance abuse is one of the most serious issues that lies before American society. Specifically, the number of individuals who abuse substances such as alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes...

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The Effects of Alcohol Use

Alcohol is a commonly used drug throughout the world. While in moderation it actually has many beneficial attributes, excess use or long-term use may harm the body in a number of ways. Acute alcohol intoxication has often led to death in many individuals. This can occur if they ingest too...

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Alcohol And How It Affects Families

Alcoholism is a disease which impairs emotional, psychological as well as, the physical health of the alcoholic, and his loved family members. Several experts have referred to alcoholism as a “family disease”; mainly due to the fact that it has negative effects which result into dysfunctional behaviour and roles by...

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CAGE Screening Tool

The CAGE screening tool was developed by Dr. Ewing John in 1968 for the purpose of detecting drinking behaviors. The term CAGE is an acronym where the letter C represents cut, A represents annoyed, G represents guilty and E represents eye-opener. The tool was developed following a study of 130...

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Alcohol Abuse

Mr. Wilkes is an alcoholic. His assessment that he can stop “any time” is inaccurate. Men should consume no more than fourteen drinks total per week. In addition, men should consume no more than four drinks on any one day. He is a heavy drinker (Moderate and binge drinking, n.d.)....

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Effects of Alcoholism

Alcoholism is a prevalent drug problem in the United States. This assertion is not an overstatement. The horrific 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill is a perfect example of the damages inflicted by alcoholism on the world. The aforementioned alcoholism-related accident resulted in nearly $2 billion in environmental damage, as well...

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Essay On Drunk Driving

Driving is one of the privileges citizens of the free world enjoy. The right of driving comes with responsibilities which is why most countries require minimum age before the right to drive can be enjoyed. Drivers are not only responsible for their own interests but also the interests of fellow...

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Why the Drinking Age Should Be Lowered

“Shots. Shots. Shots.” The typical chant of a college party. The liquor is flowing, the music is booming, and the people are dancing. This social drinking culture is a rite of passage for many young adults. However, if you surveyed the crowd, many of them would probably be underage. Underage...

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Stress Levels vs. Alcohol Levels

Introduction Time and again, college students face different kinds of stressors comprising financial problems, time management, social activities like school clubs, sleep deprivation and even supporting families (O'hara, Armeli, & Tennen, 2015). As a result, many of them engage in alcohol intake (O'hara, Armeli, & Tennen, 2015). This study explores...

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Effects of Alcohol on Adolescents

Many teenagers believe that consuming alcohol is a normal behavior. However, underage consumption of alcohol can have a host of adverse effects on the minor. According to Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (2013) “annually about 4,7000 people under the age of 21 die from injuries involving underage drinking”...

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Adolescents Using Alcohol or llicit Drugs

It is quite evident that from a general perspective, the number of adolescents who engage in the consumption of alcohol and or illicit drugs has considerably reduced over the past 6 years (Healthy People.gov, 2016). The adolescent population that is described in the health indicator of substance abuse refers to...

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Review of Alcohol-Related Study

A study of twenty-five adults (12 men and 13 women) examined whether drinkers looking at alcohol-related stimuli had impeded auditory senses. The researchers theorized that drinkers looking at alcohol-related images would not respond as readily to auditory signals. The researchers believed that the attentional bias for visual cues among drinkers...

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Middle Sections of Alcoholism Paper

1. Development, recognition and acceptance of group culture and norms of behavior For any social work group to produce good results, definitions of norms, goals, and expected outcomes of the group must be established and clarified for all involved parties. The reinforcement of these norms can be accomplished through repetition...

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Teen Substance Abuse and Addiction

It is often said that our generation is growing up faster – and facing more significant obstacles – than many generations in the past. While the validity of this statement is dubious, there is one thing that is clear. Today’s young people have more access to hard, addictive drugs than...

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Lowering the Current Blood Alcohol Content Limit

In May of 2013, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) voted to encourage states to lower the current blood alcohol content limits for drivers from 0.08 to 0.05 percent. Although surely motivated by good intentions, the logic behind such a serious statement must be thoroughly investigated. According to the NTSB,...

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