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Interventions for Alcohol Use May Not Work as Well on Fraternity, and Possibly Sorority, Members

The latest scientific analysis shows that interventions for alcohol use reduction were not effective at all when the interventions were aimed at fraternity members and possibly sorority members, and the analysis covered data and research for a period of 25 … Continue reading

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How Does Legal Recreational Marijuana Impact Alcohol Use?

With legal recreational marijuana laws being passed by a number of states in the USA many medical and scientific professionals see an opportunity to research how this drug and these laws impact alcohol use. University of Washington researchers did not … Continue reading

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New Study Examines Whether Social Media Encourages Alcohol Use

A new research study at Michigan State University examines whether social media encourages alcohol use, and the results may surprise some people. The more a user on Facebook sees or shares comments and views on an alcohol related page or … Continue reading

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New Research Shows Alcohol Use Can Cause Sleep Disruptions

  Alcohol use before bed may seem like a good way to get to sleep, but new research shows that this can actually promote sleep disruptions in the night. A drink will have an initial sedative effect but it will … Continue reading

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Alcohol Abuse May Cause Sleep Disturbances Even After Alcohol Use is Stopped

  Study results have shown that alcohol abuse can cause sleep disturbances even after all alcohol use is stopped. A number of studies have shown that the sleep patterns of current and past alcoholics are not the same as sleep … Continue reading

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