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Alcohol abuse problems are as prevalent in rural areas as they are in more urban settings. Despite the similarity in incidence, providing alcohol abuse treatment services is more challenging in rural versus urban settings. There are unique barriers to offering treatment to women in rural...
BACKGROUND: Although research consistently indicates harmful effects of mismanaged anger, little attention has been given to age differences in the experience and expression of this emotion. It is plausible that, with age and experience, people have less intense anger or learn to manage it more...
The incidence of tardive dyskinesia as a side effect of antipsychotic medications is well documented in the literature on the treatment for schizophrenia. Although the new generation of atypical neuroleptics helps diminish the incidence of such side effects, a complete elimination has yet to be...
BACKGROUND: Children of alcoholics (COAs) have been described as both vulnerable and resilient. Although identified as at-risk for mental and physical health problems, chemical dependency, and child abuse and neglect, many go on to lead successful lives.OBJECTIVE: The relationship between COA...
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