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    Happy Hours: Alcohol in a Woman's Life (Devon Jersild)

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    • Did you know female alcoholics are twice as likely to die as male alcoholics in the same age group? Women metabolize alcohol differently from men more quickly developing such physical complications as liver disease high blood pressure and hepatitis. A female alcoholic is more likely to suffer from depression anxiety and eating disorders which may not go away even if she stops drinking. An astonishing four million women in the U.S. meet the diagnostic criteria for abuse or dependence. When a woman drinks she is five times more likely to be raped.These are just a few of the alarming facts you will learn from this book-facts every woman needs to know. Mixing cutting-edge research with affecting stories of women who struggle with alcohol problems Happy Hours challenges our assumptions and expands our awareness of the role alcohol plays in women’s lives.

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