Drinking habits are so predominant among American teens that healthcare providers and parents are constantly finding new ways to keep alcohol away from them. Though many educational institutions have already started educating children about the ill effects of alcohol and other substances, alcohol advertisements aired on television leave a profound impact on teenagers’ minds and..
For those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, complete sobriety might seem like an impossible dream, but recovery is possible, no matter how dark the situation is. All it takes is right treatment, adequate support system on the medical and personal front, and a strong willpower. There may be numerous roadblocks in the way, but..
The stereotypical images commonly associated with a person addicted to alcohol are foul smell or abhorrent individuals stumbling out of a dingy bar in an intoxicated state. But what one generally tends to overlook is that alcoholism is beyond stereotypical perceptions and can affect anyone and everyone, irrespective of gender, race, age, income, and profession…
Alcohol is the most widely abused substance in colleges across the United States. Drinking on campus is now considered a normal affair as most students indulge in it all through their college life. However, they do not foresee that such dangerous habits can cause debilitating effects on their physical and mental health. According to the..