Frequent monitoring can help alcohol offenders remain sober: Study

Frequent monitoring can help alcohol offenders remain sober: Study

Alcohol is America’s biggest threat with an increasing number of Americans succumbing to its effects. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), an estimated 17.6 million people (one in every 12 adults) suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence. Frequent monitoring of alcohol offenders may sound a bit strenuous job, but a recent study has revealed that this act can go a long way in keeping the offenders sober.

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NYC bars can’t deny alcohol to expectant mothers, says human rights body

NYC bars can’t deny alcohol to expectant mothers, says human rights body

Alcohol is the country’s biggest threat with an increasing number of Americans succumbing to its effects. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), an estimated 17.6 million people (or one in every 12 adults) suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence.

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Alcohol-impaired driving crimes go up soon after reaching drinking age: Study

Alcohol-impaired driving crimes go up soon after reaching drinking age: Study

Those aged 12–20 years drink 11 percent of the overall alcohol consumed in the United States, and over 90 percent of this alcohol intake is in the form of binge drinks, according to a 2015 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Understanding ill effects of combining sex and drugs

Understanding ill effects of combining sex and drugs

The phrase “sex and drugs” has become common for the various age groups these days, be it teens, young adults, or even those aging. But the combination of sex and drugs can be deadly and act as a carrier of different mental and physical health disorders.

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