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Do I drink too much?

Drink Now, Pay Later? (PDF)
Binghamton Research magazine highlights the relevance of Dr. Spear’s research.

 
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The work in our laboratory involves basic research only.  We are not able nor qualified to provide treatment to adolescents or others with alcohol abuse problems.  If you or someone you know has problems with alcohol use/abuse, you may find the following links and contact information useful:

Website of the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

This site contains information about recent research, prevention and treatment highlights in the area of alcohol and alcoholism and useful links to publications, resources and other web-sites. www.niaaa.nih.gov

Research Society on Alcoholism

This is the leading research society that focuses on alcohol research at both the clinical and pre-clinical levels.  Their website provides helpful links to other sites providing information about alcohol, alcoholism and alcohol research. www.rsoa.org

Alcohol information for young teens

An interactive website that provides information about alcohol for younger adolescents can be found at: www.thecoolspot.gov 

Information about college drinking

This website provides a broad variety of information about college drinking, with an emphasis on prevention.
www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov

Helpline for Parents of Kids Who are Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol

1-855-DRUGFREE (1-855-378-4373)

Battling Addiction: An Extensive List of Alcohol Related Resources

http://www.addiction411.com/battling-addiction/

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Last Updated: 5/25/12