Impact of alcohol on the teenage brain

Alcoholism is a state in which an individual enjoys drinking the most and dislikes everything that acts as a hurdle between him and his drink. It is an excessive physical and emotional dependence on alcohol that results in uncontrolled drinking. Alcoholism is a chronic disease seen across the world. While the United States is alarmed by alcohol-related deaths over the years, it has been observed that the country’s teens are becoming increasingly dependent on alcohol. Read more

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day: New guidelines aid in better diagnosis

Alcohol is the most commonly abused addictive substance in the United States, which is easily available all over. As per reports, about 679,000 American youngsters aged between 12 and 17 years had an alcohol use disorder in 2014. The number includes 367,000 females and  311,000 males. Read more