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  • Volume 12, Issue 2, Spring 2020
    • Features
      • Leveraging Collaboration to Address Alcohol Problems
    • News From the Field
      • NIAAA Scientists Highlight Alcohol-Related Mortality Increase in the United States
    • Spotlight
      • Alcohol Treatment and Physical Distancing
      • Distinguished Investigators Join the NIAAA Division of Intramural Clinical and Biological Research
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Laboratory of Neuroimaging
    • Noteworthy
      • More NIAAA Factsheets Now Available in Spanish
      • The 24th Mark Keller Honorary Lecture
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Veronica Alvarez, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, NIAAA Laboratory on Neurobiology of Compulsive Behaviors, NIH Intramural Research Program
  • Volume 12, Issue 1, Winter 2020
    • Features
      • NIAAA at 50: A Legacy of Advancing Alcohol Research
    • News From the Field
      • Alcohol Rehabilitation Can Reduce Hospital Readmission, Relapse, and Mortality in Patients with Alcoholic Hepatitis
      • SBIRT Has Broad Impact on Adolescent Health
    • Noteworthy
      • NIAAA Completes Updates to CollegeAIM
      • NIAAA Overdose Factsheet Now Available in Spanish
      • New Portal for Healthcare Professionals on the NIAAA Alcohol Treatment Navigator
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Louis E. Baxter, Sr., M.D., Chief Executive Officer and Executive Medical Director of the Professional Assistance Program of New Jersey, Inc. (PAPNJ)
  • Volume 11, Issue 3, Fall 2019
    • Features
      • Alcohol and “Deaths of Despair”
    • News From the Field
      • Stepped Alcohol Treatment Improves HIV and Alcohol Outcomes
    • Spotlight
      • The Complex Relationship Between Alcohol and Pain
    • Noteworthy
      • New and Updated NIAAA Publications
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Training Tomorrow’s Alcohol Researchers
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Mark Egli, Ph.D., Deputy Director of the Division of Neuroscience and Behavior
  • Volume 11, Issue 2, Spring 2019
    • Features
      • Bringing Alcohol Treatment Into the Mainstream
    • Noteworthy
      • NIAAA Receives National Leadership Award
    • NIAAA@Work
      • NIAAA Docs Talk Brain Awareness with Teens
    • By the Numbers
      • Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder in the United States
    • News From the Field
      • Reduction in Drinking Associated with Improvements in Health and Quality of Life
      • A New Treatment Strategy for Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease
      • Improving Treatment by Measuring Neuroscience Domains
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Raye Litten, Ph.D. Acting Director of the Division of Treatment and Recovery Research and Acting Director of the Division of Medications Development
  • Volume 11, Issue 1, Winter 2019
    • Features
      • Advances in Understanding and Addressing Underage Drinking
      • Advancing Alcoholic Hepatitis Research
    • Noteworthy
      • NIAAA Holds Working Group Meeting on High-Intensity Drinking
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Laboratory of Neuroimaging
    • By the Numbers
      • Underage Drinking in the United States, 1998–2018
    • News From the Field
      • Mother's Immune Profile May Influence Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Outcome
      • Prenatal Choline May Ameliorate Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Svetlana Radaeva, Ph.D. Program Director for Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease—Mechanism and Treatment, Division of Metabolism and Health Effects
  • Volume 10, Issue 3, Fall 2018
    • Features
      • Alcohol and the Aging Brain
      • Alcohol Policy Research at NIAAA
    • By the Numbers
      • Percentage of Teens Who Drink Decreased by One-Third in the Past Decade
      • Alcohol and Social Media
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Maintaining NIAAA Facilities
    • News From the Field
      • Advanced Analytic Methods Could Provide Insight Into Mechanisms of Behavior Change
      • Brain Training May Help People With Alcohol Use Disorder Delay Gratification
      • Maternal Cytokine Balance May Play Role in FASD Risk
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Mike Hilton, Ph.D., Deputy Director of the Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research and Project Officer for the Alcohol Policy Information System
  • Volume 10, Issue 2, Spring 2018
    • Features
      • New Prevalence Estimates of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Range From 1 to 5 Percent in U.S. Communities
      • Brain Studies Point to Perils of Adolescent Alcohol Use
    • News From the Field
      • Rehabilitating the Addicted Brain With Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
      • Behavioral Interventions That Address Alcohol Use Help People Living With HIV/AIDS
      • MicroRNAs May Have Therapeutic Potential for Alcohol-Induced Liver Injury
      • Hunger Hormone Affects Alcohol Intake
      • Steep Increase in Rate of Alcohol-Related Emergency Department Visits
    • By the Numbers
      • Alcohol-Related Emergency Department Visits on the Rise
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Lorenzo Leggio, M.D., Ph.D., Chief of the NIAAA/NIDA Section on Clinical Psychoneuroendocrinology and Neuropsychopharmacology
  • Volume 10, Issue 1, Winter 2018
    • Features
      • NIAAA Alcohol Treatment NavigatorSM Helps Find Quality Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder
      • Blackouts—Drowning Memories With Alcohol
    • Noteworthy
      • NIAAA Director Named to National Academy of Medicine
      • Dr. Patricia Powell Appointed NIAAA Deputy Director
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Laboratory on Neurobiology of Compulsive Behaviors
    • Spotlight
      • NIAAA Hosts Conference on Alcohol and Opioid Use in Women and Girls
    • News From the Field
      • NIAAA Scientists Provide More Evidence that Binge Drinking May Indicate Vulnerability to Alcohol Use Disorder
      • Anti-Smoking Medication May Reduce Alcohol Craving
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Lori Ducharme, Ph.D., Program Director for Health Services Research in the NIAAA Division of Treatment and Recovery Research and Lead Developer of the NIAAA Alcohol Treatment NavigatorSM
  • Volume 9, Issue 3, September 2017
    • Features
      • - Alcohol and Women’s Health: Studies Reveal Problems
      • NIH Findings Link Aldosterone with AUD
    • By the Numbers
      • Extreme Binge Drinking
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Laboratory of Cardiovascular Physiology and Tissue Injury
    • Spotlight
      • Researchers Get Practical Lesson in Treating AUD at RSA—Video Now Available
    • News From the Field
      • Study Finds Older Americans are Drinking More
      • Oxytocin Shows Promise as Treatment for AUD
      • Intestinal Fungi May Worsen Alcoholic Liver Disease
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Rosalind Breslow, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D. Health Scientist
  • Volume 9, Issue 2, May 2017
    • Features
      • - A New Approach to Improve Diagnosis of Alcohol Use Disorder
      • Multisite Clinical Trial of Promising Drug Treatment for AUD Highlights Efforts of NIAAA’s Division of Medications Development
    • Noteworthy
      • NIAAA Publishes New Strategic Plan
      • New Addiction Medicine Certification Available for Physicians
    • A Closer Look
      • Diffusion Tensor Imaging
    • News From the Field
      • Potential Barcode Identified for a Form of Alcoholic Liver Disease
      • Cardiac Orienting Response in Infants Can Indicate Alcohol-Related Developmental Delay
      • Interventions Effective in Preventing Alcohol Use Among American Indian and Rural Youth
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Laura E. Kwako, Ph.D., Clinical Research Psychologist, Office of the Clinical Director, NIAAA
  • Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2017
    • Features
      • NIAAA Plays Integral Role in First Surgeon General’s Report on Addiction
      • A Second Challenge Competition for the Wearable Alcohol Biosensor
    • Noteworthy
      • New Division Director and Clinical Director Selected
    • Spotlight
      • NIAAA Featured in HBO Documentary Risky Drinking
      • NIH Clinical Center Changes Will Enhance Patient Care and Quality Assurance
      • NIAAA Lab Chief Dr. Andrew Holmes Wins Award for Outstanding Research
    • News From the Field
      • Dual-Targeting Strategy Shows Promise Against Liver Fibrosis
      • Animal Study Suggests Alcohol Use Before Pregnancy May Increase Vulnerability of Offspring to Stress in Adulthood
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Deidra Roach, M.D., Medical Project Officer, Division of Treatment and Recovery Research
  • Volume 8, Issue 3, September 2016
    • Features
      • Growing Up in a Family With Alcohol Problems: Current Research and Resources
      • Dr. Koob Receives French Legion of Honor and RSA Seixas Awards
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Computer Imaging at NIAAA
    • Spotlight
      • New Strategic Plan Establishes NIAAA’s Vision for the Future of Alcohol Research
    • Noteworthy
      • Order the Award-Winning NIAAA Treatment Publication
      • NIAAA-NIDA Mini-Convention at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting
    • News From the Field
      • Neuroimaging Spotlights the Impact of Therapists’ Words on Teen Brains
      • Alcohol-Induced Blackouts in Young Adults Predict Other Harms
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Vijay Ramchandani, Ph.D., Chief, NIAAA Section on Human Psychopharmacology
  • Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2016
    • Features
      • Winners of NIAAA’s Wearable Alcohol Biosensor Challenge
      • New NESARC Data Providing Key Information on Prevalence of Alcohol and Substance Abuse
    • NIAAA@Work
      • Laboratory of Membrane Biochemistry and Biophysics, Section on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
    • Spotlight
      • Review Articles by NIAAA Senior Staff: Sex Differences in Addiction Research; FASD History
      • Marlene Oscar Berman, Ph.D., Delivers Eighth Annual Mendelson Lecture
    • Sidebar
      • SALIS Makes NIAAA Monographs and Other References Widely Available
      • NIAAA Activities at the 2016 Scientific Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSA)
    • News From the Field
      • Translation in Stress Research—of Mice and Men
      • Anxiety and Depression Predict Relapse
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Kathy Jung, Ph.D., Program Director, Division of Metabolism and Health Effects, NIAAA.
  • Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2016
    • Features
      • Sex Differences to Become Fundamental Element of Alcohol Research at NIAAA
      • Dr. Kenneth Warren Retires From NIAAA
    • Noteworthy
      • Dr. Patricia Powell Appointed Acting Deputy Director
    • Spotlight
      • Major Study Will Help Define How Substance Use Affects Adolescent Brain Development
    • A Closer Look
      • NIAAA Releases CollegeAIM
    • News From the Field
      • NESARC–III: Adults Are Drinking More Alcohol Than a Decade Ago
      • Brief Training Increases Pediatricians’ Use of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Interventions
      • Clinical Course of Alcohol Use Disorder in Young Adult Native and Mexican Americans
      • Prevalence of Marijuana Use Among U.S. Adults Doubles Over Past Decade
  • Volume 7, Issue 3, September 2015
    • Features
      • Looking Ahead—NIAAA’s Vision for Alcohol Research
      • How eHealth Technology Is Changing Alcohol Research
    • NIAAA@Work
      • A Visit to the CPN Lab
    • News From the Field
      • Adolescent Alcohol Use Affects Brain Structure and Function in Adulthood
      • The Knock-In Mouse: NIAAA-Funded Study Identifies Gene Variant Linked to Compulsive Drinking
      • Adolescent Alcohol Use Advancing Personalized Treatment of AUD
    • Spotlight
      • NIAAA Debuts New Web Site for ARCR Journal
      • New From NIAAA: CollegeAIM Guide and Web Site
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Sally Anderson, Ph.D., Coordinator, Interagency Coordinating Committee on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, NIAAA
  • Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2015
    • Features
      • Drinking and the Liver: Seeking Better Treatments for Alcoholic Liver Disease
      • NIH Holds Competition to Create Better Wearable Alcohol Biosensor
    • A Closer Look
      • A Gut Reaction: The Gut-Liver-Brain Axis and Alcohol Use Disorder
    • News From the Field
      • Study Defines Brain and Behavioral Effects of Teen Drinking
    • Spotlight
      • New NESARC Data Available - Dr. George Koob Speaks at Congressional Briefing on Alcohol and Pregnancy - Dr. Sanjay Gupta Visits the NIAAA Bar Lab - NIAAA Chats With Students About Alcohol on Drug Facts Chat Day
    • 5 Questions With... - Peggy Murray, Ph.D., Director, Global Alcohol Research Program, Office of the Director, NIAAA
  • Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2015
    • Features
      • The Intramural Division—A Core Component of NIAAA’s Research Program
      • New Guide Describes Alcohol Treatment Options
    • A Closer Look
      • An Unusual Lab, Bar None
    • News From the Field
      • Brain Scans Reveal Heavy Drinking Damages White Matter
      • Long-Term Effects of Binge-Like Alcohol Consumption during Adolescence
    • Noteworthy
      • Falk Lohoff Joins NIAAA
      • NIAAA Director Authors Textbook on Addiction
      • CRAN Grants Using Social Media
    • 5 Questions With...
      • George Kunos, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Volume 6, Issue 3, September 2014
    • Features
      • NIAAA Consortium Furthers Knowledge of Alcohol's Effects On Brain Development in Adolescents
      • NIAAA and Other NIH Institutes Propose Major Study of Substance Use on Adolescent Brain Development
    • News From the Field
      • Repeated Cycles of Alcohol Intoxication and Withdrawal Take a Toll on the Brain
      • Drinking in the Dark Sheds Light on the Mechanisms Underlying Binge Drinking
      • Alcohol-Induced Depletion of “Brain Fertilizer” Protein May Influence HIV Treatment Response
    • Noteworthy
      • NIAAA Leadership Recognized
    • A Closer Look
      • Alcohol Monitoring Technology
    • By the Numbers
      • Binge Drinking: Who’s Wasting Time Getting Wasted?
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Five Questions With Trish Powell, Ph.D., Associate Director for Scientific Initiatives at NIAAA
  • Volume 6, Issue 2, June 2014
    • Features
      • Shining a Light on Alcohol Blackouts
      • Treatment for Problem Drinking: What Are the Options?
    • News From the Field
      • Single Episode of Binge Drinking Linked to Gut Leakage and Immune System Effects
      • Muscle Weakness Seen in Alcoholism Linked to Mitochondrial Repair Issues
      • Smartphone Technology Helps People Cut Down on Drinking
      • Minimum Legal Drinking Age Shown to Save Lives
    • A Closer Look
      • “Holding Your Liquor” Holds a Warning
    • By the Numbers
      • Percentage of Drinkers Receiving Treatment
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Five Questions With Aaron White, Ph.D.
  • Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2014
    • Features
      • NIAAA Welcomes Dr. George F. Koob As New Director - Kenneth Warren's NIAAA Legacy
    • News From the Field
      • Promising Results for Anticonvulsant Medication in Clinical Trials for Alcohol Dependence
      • Research-Based Strategies Help Reduce Underage Drinking: A Review
      • Moderate Alcohol Use May Enhance Vaccine Response
      • Sibling Study Helps Clarify Adolescent Alcohol Risk Factors
    • A Closer Look
      • Hungry for More Treatment Options for Alcohol Dependence
    • By the Numbers
      • Alcohol Use Disorder or Alcohol Abuse and Dependence? DSM–5 Changes Explained
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Tom Donaldson
  • Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2013
    • Features
      • What is Epidemiology Anyway, and What Is It Good For?
      • Gene Combinations Help Predict Treatment Success for Alcoholism Medication
    • News From the Field
      • Disrupting Drinking Memories May Help Prevent Relapse
      • 3-D Image Analysis Promises to Improve Detection of Children Affected by Prenatal Alcohol
      • Chronic Alcohol Use Shifts Brain's Control of Behavior
      • New Insight on How the Brain Forms Habits
    • A Closer Look
      • Back-to-School and Screening
    • By the Numbers
      • The Importance of Being Trendy
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Vivian Faden, Ph.D.
  • Volume 5, Issue 2, June 2013
    • Features
      • Antismoking Medication Shows Promise for Treating Alcohol Dependence
      • Brain Patterns May Help Predict Relapse Risk for Alcoholism
    • News From the Field
      • Children of Military Families at Increased Risk for Substance Use
      • How Does Drinking Alcohol Affect Food Choices?
      • Freshman-Year Spike in Alcohol May Change Connections in the Brain
      • Brain Images Used To Study Impact of Aerobic Exercise in Heavy Drinkers
    • A Closer Look
      • Animal Models for Alcohol Research
    • By the Numbers
      • Excessive Alcohol Use and Liver Disease
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Ted George, M.D.
  • Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2013
    • Features
      • Minority Health Research Gains Momentum at NIAAA
      • NIAAA Inspires Diversity in the Next Generation of Researchers
    • News From the Field
      • Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Affect Risk for Alcohol Problems
      • Women's Stress-Related Drinking Linked to Early Abuse
      • How Chronic Heavy Drinking Damages the Brain
      • Alcohol and Pregnancy: The Long-Term Consequences
    • A Closer Look
      • Colleges Offer Students a Way Out During Alcohol Emergencies
    • By the Numbers
      • Every Picture Tells (Part of) a Story
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Judith Arroyo, Ph.D., NIAAA’s Minority Health and Health Disparities Initiatives Coordinator
  • Volume 4, Issue 3, September 2012
    • Features
      • Facebook Offers Clues Into College Drinking
      • A View From the Top—NIAAA Taps College Presidents to Address Harmful Student Drinking
    • News From the Field
      • Examining College Drinking Styles Beyond Simply “How Much?” and “How Often?”
      • Alcohol Increases Risk Taking by Altering Reward Circuitry in the Brain
      • Hispanic Immigrants’ Drinking Habits Change As They Adopt U.S. Culture
      • Study Finds Increased Risk for Alcohol Use Disorders After Weight-Loss Surgery
    • A Closer Look
      • Colleges Offer Students a Way Out During Alcohol Emergencies
    • By the Numbers
      • Alcohol-Related Deaths Among U.S. College Students
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Jonathan Gibralter, Ph.D., president of Frostburg State University in Maryland
  • Volume 4, Issue 2, June 2012
    • Features
      • Alcohol and HIV/AIDS: A Confounding Combination
      • NIAAA Supports New Consortiums for Alcohol and HIV/AIDS Research
    • News From the Field
      • Drinking at Moderate Levels May Help Heart-Attack Survivors
      • Multiple Genetic Factors May Be Cause of Alcohol Dependence
      • Sexual Deprivation Increases Fruit Flies’ Alcohol Use
      • The Impact of Parents’ Perceptions on College Students’ Drinking
    • A Closer Look
      • Drinking by the Bucket and HIV Risk in Africa
    • By the Numbers
      • Drinking Shortens Survival for Many HIV-Positive Individuals
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Kendall J. Bryant, Ph.D., coordinator of Alcohol and AIDS research at NIAAA
  • Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2012
    • Features
      • Underage Drinking: One Step Forward, Many More to Go
      • New Clinician's Guide Simplifies Screening for Underage Drinking
    • News From the Field
      • Social Media May Help Identify College Drinking Problems
      • Hospitalizations Increase for Alcohol and Drug Overdoses
      • Doctors May Miss Alcohol Screening Opportunities
      • Early Liver Transplant Can Improve Survival
    • A Closer Look
      • Kids Drink in the Darndest Ways…Or Do They?
    • By the Numbers
      • A Younger Start Means Higher Risk for Alcohol Dependence
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Antonio Noronha, Ph.D., director of NIAAA’s Division of Neuroscience and Behavior
  • Volume 3, Issue 3, September 2011
    • Features
      • NIAAA Advances Research on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
      • Imaging Helps Researchers See Into Alcohol-Exposed Brains
    • News From the Field
      • Receptor May Help Explain Susceptibility to Addiction
      • Heavily Advertised Alcohol Brands May Attract More Underage Drinkers
      • Research Shows the Economic Value of a Minimum Legal Drinking Age
      • Evidence Mounts That Binge Drinking May Harm Adolescent Brain Development
    • Charticle
      • One in Eight Pregnant Women Drinks
    • Photo Essay
      • Brain Scans Reveal the Damage of Fetal Alcohol Exposure
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Kenneth Warren, Ph.D., acting director of NIAAA
  • Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2011
    • Features
      • NCIG: Making Drug Development More Efficient at NIAAA
      • Drugs Used in Treating Alcohol Use Disorders
    • News From the Field
      • Binge Drinking Pathway in the Rat Brain
      • A School’s Scholastic Success Can Keep Kids From Drugs, Alcohol
      • Study Helps Target Naltrexone Use
      • Stress Drinking Linked to Early Alcohol Use
    • Charticle
      • Alcoholism Medication Prescriptions Are Modest But Growing
    • Photo Essay
      • The Brain: Receptive to the Ups and Downs of Alcohol
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Markus Heilig, M.D., Ph.D., NIAAA clinical director
  • Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2011
    • Features
      • FDA Examined NIAAA-Supported Research in its Caffeinated Alcoholic Beverage Review
      • When Too Much Alcohol Turns Into Alcohol Poisoning
    • News From the Field
      • Reducing Off-Campus Drinking
      • Brain’s Reward Circuits May Contribute to Alcohol Abuse
      • Impulsivity, Alcohol, and Violence
      • Why Are Adolescents Less Sensitive to Alcohol?
    • Charticle
      • Popularity and “Addictability” of Drugs Among U.S. Adults (Aged 18 and Older)
    • Photo Essay
      • In Your Face? We Hope Not.
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Ralph Hingson, Sc.D., director of NIAAA’s Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research
  • Volume 2, Issue 3, September 2010
    • Features
      • You Are What You Eat AND Drink: New Research Focuses on Alcohol and Nutrition
      • Alcohol’s Health Effects Go Beyond Hangovers
    • News From the Field
      • Moderate Drinkers May Live Longer Than Non-Drinkers
      • More Adults Drinking…and in Ways That Increase Risk
      • Half-hour Interventions Can Help Reduce Peer Violence and Alcohol Consequences Among Teens
      • New Compound Improves Obesity-Related Health Complications
    • Charticle
      • How Long Does It Take Alcohol Dependence To Develop?
    • Photo Essay
      • In the Line of Duty: How the Liver Becomes Damaged as It Degrades Alcohol
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Sam Zakhari, Ph.D., director of NIAAA’s Division of Metabolism and Health Effects
  • Volume 2, Issue 2, June 2010
    • Features
      • The Stars of Alcohol Research Shine in Honorary Lectures
      • Two Meds Are Better Than One for Depressive Alcoholics
    • News From the Field
      • Diet Quality Worsens With Increased Alcohol Intake
      • Light to Moderate Drinking Linked to Lower Risk for Cardiovascular Death
      • Scientists Find Genes That Influence Brain Wave Patterns
      • Older But Not Wiser: At-Risk Drinking by Older Adults
    • Charticle
      • Alcohol Dependence Most Common in Young Adults; Majority at Any Age Not Receiving Treatment
    • Photo Essay
      • Three-Dimensional Environments for Drug Development
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Robert Huebner, Ph.D., deputy director of NIAAA’s Division of Treatment and Recovery Research
  • Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2010
    • Features
      • Playing Matchmaker: Finding Personalized Approaches To Solve Alcohol Problems
      • Alcohol and Cancer
    • News From the Field
      • Molecule Repairs Alcohol Metabolism Enzyme
      • The Vine That Ate the South May Help Alcoholics Curb Cravings
      • Can Drinking During Pregnancy Affect Kids’ Behavior?
      • Can Drinking Policies Keep Risks at Bay?
      • Looking To Sober Up? Caffeine Is Not the Answer.
      • Marriage and Parenthood May Protect Against Stress-Induced Harmful Drinking
    • Charticle
      • Drinking Too Much Can Kill You Quickly . . . or Slowly
    • Photo Essay
      • Input, Output, Throughput: How Is High-Throughput Technology Advancing Alcohol Research?
    • 5 Questions With...
      • David Goldman, M.D., chief of NIAAA’s Laboratory of Neurogenetics
  • Volume 1, Issue 1, September 2009
    • Features
      • Alcoholism Isn’t What It Used To Be
      • Alcohol “Flush” Signals Increased Cancer Risk Among East Asians
    • News From the Field
      • Estimating Blood Alcohol Levels in Children
      • How NOT To Raise a College Binge Drinker
      • Lancet Series Examines Alcohol’s Impact on Global Health
      • “Happyhour” Gene Hints at New Alcohol Treatment
      • Young, Tech-Savvy, and Drinking Too Much
    • Charticle
      • Alcohol Use Disorders Surpass Drug Use Disorders
    • Photo Essay
      • How Can a See-Through Fish Help Advance Alcohol Research?
    • 5 Questions With...
      • Bridget Grant, Ph.D., Ph.D., chief of NIAAA’s Laboratory of Epidemiology and Biometry