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Alcohol Treatment and Rehab

U-M Students Devise Plan to Control Drinking

For young people, alcohol use is clearly a bad idea. Homie is designed to encourage partygoers to contemplate their own partying/drinking habits.

NN ARBOR, Mich.Pssst. Hey you. Should you be drinking that? "House Confessions: Vinyl Tidings Bring Good Sidings," featuring Homie the Talking House, is a new student initiative that addresses safe drinking and responsible party behavior.

Homie is a sculptural installation on an actual house structure constructed by University of Michigan students reaching out to classmates and young adults attending off-campus house parties. Homie has had bad drinking experiences and discusses them with passing partygoers.

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Cognitive Function of Alcohol Abuse Patients May Influence Treatment Outcome

Alcohol abuse patients showed significant deficits in their executive functioning during the critical first weeks of abstinence. The early phases of most treatment programs for alcohol abusers commonly require working in groups.

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Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Men

Alcohol and drug abuse in men oftentimes begins early in their lives. School years, especially high school and college years, are especially difficult for many boys, as they are facing concerns about body image, sexuality, and athletic performance. And at this critical time in their lives, they are more likely than women to have more opportunities to use alcohol and drugs.

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Addressing Alcoholism with Diet and Nutrition

While alcoholism is a very complex problem the success rate with mainstream treatment options is poor at best. Most people are unaware of the extreme importants of nutrition and dietary components.

While alcoholism is a very complex problem the success rate with mainstream treatment options is poor at best. Most people are unaware of the extreme importants of nutrition and dietary components.

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Cynthia Perkins
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