Alcoholism presents itself as a chronic condition and is defined as a chronic dependence on ethyl alcohol. The issue begins as a psychological dependence, and then progresses (or regresses) to a combination of psychological and physical dependence. Ten percent of Americans who imbibe of alcoholic beverages statistically develop an alcohol consumption problem (dependence/addiction). Alcoholism statistically affects four men for every one women, yet issues concerning alcohol consumption problems are on the increase among women. Children, adolescents and college students, who typically strive to “get” drunk and participate in binge drinking are on the rise in the statistical overconsumption of alcohol.
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David J. Pleau was born and raised in Waterville, Maine, USA. He currently resides in Bybee, Tn., near the Great Smoky Mountains and the Cherokee National Forest. David graduated from Kaplan University in April of 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences. He is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree from Purdue University in Health Education (Nutrition, Lifestyle, Environmental Hazards, Social Influence, Demographic Influence, etc. . .). He has been a student of nutrition since the age of 19, when he bought a book from a fellow student entitled "Diet For A Small Planet" which advocated the sensibility of a vegetarian diet. Even though David Pleau hasn't been in poor health either then or now, the book made sense and he has since studied different eating customs in lands around the earth and the resultant health issues including disease occurrence based on food consumed and longevity directly influenced by foods chosen and eaten. With these degrees, credentials are established to the end of educating all who can see and desire to learn the link between eating patterns and good health/longevity. It is a scientific fact that many common diseases today such as cancer, obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and a host of others are directly linked to poor dietary habits. I have many books available on the website: "Smashwords". These are published and each book has an appropriate ISBN number. Most of them are listed at $1.99 and one, "Cures for Common Diseases and Ailments" is an encyclopedia listing the contents of the others. This one is available at $4.99. Obviously I am not out to economically gouge anyone at those prices. . I have over 40 years of Nutritional Studies in my background, and am current on global eating patterns and results. David J. Pleau email@example.com