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Is Alcoholism a Disease?
Alcoholism is a disease.
Alcoholism is defined as a disease by medical associations.
There is a strong
Symptoms, effects, behaviours and sequelae follow a pattern and a disease model.
Only certain people get it and brain changes can be seen.
It's merely a symptom of some other mental health disease and can not be considered a disease by itself.
Alcoholism begins with a choice to consume a substance.
Alcoholism can be stopped without medication or medical treatment.
Treatment only works when person wants it.
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All drugs should be legalized.
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