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Specificity of Phosphatidylethanol as a Marker for Alcoholic Beverage Consumption

Utilizing blood phosphatidylethanol (PEth) testing as a means to detect beverage alcohol use vs abstinence among licensed professionals and others is a relatively new development. Phosphatidylethanol is a minor metabolite of ethanol formed when an enzyme, phospholipase D (PLD), binds ethanol to phosphatidylcholine lipids in cell membranes, including red blood cells. Over 48 homologues (similarRead More

Addiction and Crime

It is not a good idea to treat someone for an illness they do not have. In fact, it could be considered unethical. We have a successful model now in the professional health world for treating addiction as an illness. And if someone has that illness they should be diagnosed and treated. And there areRead More

Does AA Work?

Google AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and you find a lot of negative opinions about it online. “AA is a cult.” “AA only has a 5% success rate.” “AA is an irrational “faith based” program.” “AA is a dangerous playground for violence-prone members.” “AA doesn’t work.” “The pseudo-science of AA.” So, if it does not work thenRead More

How Professionals Overcome the Stigma of Mental Illness

How Professionals Overcome the Stigma of Mental Illness Mental health is an important concern for everyone, even though most of us usually focus on physical health. Even so, psychological illnesses and mental disorders can affect anyone at any time in their lives. The problem is that mental health is still a taboo topic and sufferingRead More

Signs You’ve Created A Toxic Workplace

Anyone who enters the workforce in any kind of profession is likely to encounter at least one unpleasant boss, manager, or supervisor, in their time. Complaining about a boss falls on deaf ears in this day and age because so many professionals have had to deal with toxicity in the workplace. Toxic behaviors come fromRead More

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