Special Health Reports

Alcohol Use and Abuse

Dear Reader, Do you suspect that you or someone close to you has a drinking problem? It's not always easy to tell or to admit. For some people, a drink or two a day presents no problems. But while experts once considered such moderate drinking to be harmless, and possibly beneficial, it's now considered to be "low-risk" drinking, since any amount of alcohol may be risky in certain people under certain circumstances (for…

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