Alcohol Use Disorders are defined by drinking over a period of time and in ways that lead to problems with physical health, mental health, breakdown in social and personal relationships, and poor work function. Drinking too much and alcoholism create additional health risks, including liver failure and certain cancers.
75% of the adults in the U.S. use alcohol. 50% of drinking men and 33% of drinking women report some adverse effect from their drinking. Find out if you have traits that may indicate you have an alcohol use disorder.
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