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This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Drinking

Here's how a substantial phase of sobriety could affect your immune system, sleep, and even your skin.
Grant Stoddard
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How Your Social Life Changes if You Give Up Drinking

As you can imagine, sobriety drastically altered my turn up.
Claire Gillespie
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How Do You Tell If You Have a Drinking Problem?

It’s frighteningly easy to meet the criteria for binge drinking.
Diane Shipley
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More Stories of College Kids Dying Quietly from Alcohol Poisoning

How long can we continue to blame Greek organizations for hazing?
Avital Norman Nathman
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Dating as a Woman in Recovery Means Always Being Judged

"I wasn’t seen as a survivor, but as a ticking time bomb, a woman with an unsavory past that haunted me like a lengthy criminal record."
Amy Dresner
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Once I Stopped Using Drugs and Alcohol, I Sought the High From Sex

"I went down a sexual rabbit hole in a compulsive and terrifying way."
Amy Dresner
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Your Hangovers Really Are Getting Worse With Age

And it's not just your liver falling down on the job.
Maggie Puniewska
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We Asked Straight Edge Adults What Kept Them Sober

People within the punk subculture swear off drugs and alcohol for life.
Zoe Cormier
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We’re Drinking So Much It’s Now a 'Public Health Crisis'

If you have 4 to 5 drinks in one sitting at least once a week, that's considered high-risk behavior.
Alexandra Ossola
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Your Phone Can Now Narc On You When You're Drunk

There are at least two dead giveaways.
Nick Keppler
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People Recovering From Addiction Face Temptation in Their Dreams, Too

About 85 percent of people addicted to drugs and alcohol will have a "using" dream within the first two months of sobriety.
Melissa Meinzer
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One of the World's Busiest DJs Never Has a Hangover

Steve Aoki traveled 16,427 miles, visited three continents, and played four shows—all on just six hours of sleep.
Michael Easter