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woman touching glass of red wine with both handsAlcoholismTerry Graedon - September 5, 2019
Judson Brewer, MD, PhD, author of The Craving MindPodcastsTerry Graedon - February 7, 2019
a glass of foamy beerAlcoholismTerry Graedon - December 2, 2019 - 5 comments

Could Old Drug Offer New Hope for Problem Drinking?

A new study shows that ketamine might help people limit problem drinking. After one dose, when they expected a beer and didn't get one, people drank less.

Joe Graedon - December 17, 2018

Why the Holidays Hold Hidden Medication Risks!

Joe Graedon - February 22, 2018

Is Too Much Alcohol Bad for the Brain?

Joe Graedon - February 5, 2018

Naltrexone for Alcohol Problem: Will It Work?

Terry Graedon - January 27, 2011

Genetic Targeting Improves Treatment for Alcoholism

Terry Graedon - February 26, 2010

Naltrexone Cuts Urge to Drink

PodcastsTerry Graedon - January 2, 2010

753 Overcoming Alcohol Dependence

AlcoholismTerry Graedon - August 21, 2006

New Treatments for Alcoholism