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Chicago, Illinois Treatment Centers

CCHC 2813 West 5th Avenue
Chicago, IL 60612
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Cook County Bureau of Health Services The Core Center 2020 West Harrison Street
Chicago, IL 60612
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Hazelden Foundation Chicago 867 North Dearborn Street
Chicago, IL 60610
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Healthcare Alternative Systems Inc 4534 South Western Avenue
Chicago, IL 60609
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Safe Haven 2750 West Roosevelt Road
Chicago, IL 60608
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Pilsen Little Village CMHC 2319 South Damen Street
Chicago, IL 60608
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Anixter Center Schwab Rehabilitation Center 1401 South California Avenue
Chicago, IL 60608
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Binge drinking affects later cognitive performance

Drinking College students who describe themselves as regular binge drinkers performed considerably worse on a test measuring attention and memory skills compared with students who didn’t binge. The test, by the way, was conducted while all the students were sober. The results suggest that binge drinking may affect the brain in ways that are normally….

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Drinking Alcohol Raises Prostate Cancer Risk in African Americans

Alcohol consumption may be associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer in African-American men, according to researchers. A team led by Lionel L. Bañez, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C., prospectively collected data, including information on alcohol intake, from 334 men undergoing prostate biopsy at Durham Veterans….

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Moderate Drinking Raises Risk Of Hospitalization

New British research suggests that men who consumer just four pints of beer per week may increase their lifetime risk of being hospitalized. In the study of 5,772 Scottish men, researchers found that those who consumed just four pints of beer, eight shots of spirits or eight small glasses of wine per week were more….

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Alcoholism affects families

The scene is familiar to most people: a person stands up in the meeting and says, “Hi, my name is John and I’m an alcoholic.” “John” is in a good place. He’s where he can get help and support and the room is full of people like himself battling alcoholism. But there’s somebody else who….

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