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Alcohol and the consequences of consuming too much too often, have been with us for thousands of years. It's only been in the last 50 years or so through science, that doctors have begun to understand how this substance affects the human body and brain. Fifty years of science vs. thousands of years of speculation, myth, and guessing.

Science has begun to unlock the mystery of the effects of alcohol. These advances have allowed new tools to be developed in treating alcohol dependence. Understanding how alcohol dependence affects the brain will help you understand today's treatments. Click on the subject for which you would like more information.

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