The British Royal College of General Practitioners highlighted the potential harm related to alcohol arising from either regular heavy drinking or intoxication.
What are the social and economic effects of gambling addiction? In 1998 the National Gambling Impact Study Commission funded a study to determine the overall cost to society posed by problem and pathological gamblers in the United States. The results showed that approximately $5 billion was lost annually, with an additional $40 billion in lifetime …∞
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Alcohol Related Harm Hangovers are the most obvious result of a heavy drinking episode. They are a much talked about subject due to the self inflicted feelings of sickness and nausea they cause a person. But a hangover is not the only reminder of a heavy drinking session. The British Royal College of General Practitioners …∞
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Many people in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, gambling, co-dependency and Adult Child of Alcoholism may need new social and exercise strategies to assist on their recovery journey. Take 10 If dancing is a rare activity for you, one you take part in only at the occasional wedding reception (if then!), then it’s time to get …∞
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