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Alcoholism and women's health.

  • 1987 Jul-Aug

  • Source: Public Health Rep. 102(4 Suppl):38-42
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      There are a variety of reasons why women are believed to be more susceptible than men to the effects of alcohol. Physical factors, such as body water content and hereditary predisposition to alcoholism, differentiate women from men. Social factors include secretive drinking, role model in the family, and a perceived increase in promiscuity. Societal stigmas make it difficult for alcoholic women to seek help, yet the mortality rates are high for those women who continue to drink.
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      Public Health Rep. 102(4 Suppl):38-42
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