Thinking about drinking

United States, 1981

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Presents the facts about alcoholic beverages with emphasis on their effects on the nervous system and behaviour. An alcoholic is a person who drinks so much that it interferes with their work and health, and alcoholism is a disease which constitutes a major health problem.

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