Alcohol Survey Suggests Alcoholism Less Prevalent Than Believed

November 21, 2014 11:01 AM

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Alcohol Survey Suggests Alcoholism Less Prevalent Than Believed

A recent study based on findings in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows that most people who drink “too much” or actually not alcoholics.

Lead study author, Dr. Robert Brewer, leader of the alcohol program with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, attests, “A lot of people mistakenly assume that people who drink too much are alcoholics. The surprising finding was that nine out of ten people who drink too much do not meet th...

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