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Alcohol abuse is any use of alcohol that negatively impacts personal responsibilities, whether at work, school or home, as defined by Psychology Today. Alcohol use is also considered abuse when it leads to people placing... More »

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Some of the effects of alcohol abuse include liver conditions such as steatosis or cirrhosis, pancreatitis, cancer of the mouth, throat, liver, esophagus or breast and immune weakness, according to the National Institute... More »

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Some of the physical effects of alcohol abuse include changes in mood and behavior, heart damage, liver inflammation, pancreatitis, a higher risk of developing certain cancers and a weakened immune system, as stated by t... More »

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