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Stress And Alcohol Cues Appear To Target The Brain Differently To Produce Craving

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 03:00 AM EST

... * Both stress and "alcohol cues" (reminders of drinking) can produce craving and possibly relapse in alcoholics trying to avoid drinking. * New findings indicate that stress and alcohol cues work on the brain differently to produce craving. [click link for full article] ...

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