have an alcohol problem

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have an alcohol problem

 and have a drinking problem
Euph. to be a drunkard. He has an alcohol problem. It got so bad that he almost lost his job. If you have a drinking problem, our clinic can help.
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3 percent chance of becoming alcohol dependent during their lives.
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The University had already engaged in alcohol education along with programs such as safe rides to and from local businesses late at night.
Karatzis (of Alexandra University Hospital in Athens), and found that the acute dysfunction of the cells lining the heart cavity and blood vessels which occurs when people smoke cigarettes was mitigated significantly by consuming red wine with the cigarettes, regardless of whether the alcohol had been removed from the wine.
The researchers compared the alcohol intake of the rats before and after the treatment.
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Alcohol intake over time for rats that preferred water and were injected with the D2 receptor gene on Day 8.
In the same vein, her chapter on women and alcohol leaves unexplored issues that could have increased our knowledge of gendered behavior in late imperial Russia.
Alcohol abuse affects the entire family, yet only recently has attention focused on the needs of children with parents or guardians who abuse alcohol and/or other drugs.
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Genetic linkage and association studies have identified many chromosomal regions and quantitative trait loci (QTL) associated with complex phenotypes related to alcohol induced behaviors and/or alcoholism.