A new study underscores that the physical consequences of alcoholism appear faster and are more severe for women than for men.

Alcohol abuse does its neurological damage more quickly in women than in men, new research suggests. The finding adds to a growing body of evidence that is prompting researchers to consider whether the time is ripe for single-gender treatment programs for alcohol-dependent women and men.


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Women’s Response to Alcohol Suggests Need for Gender-Specific Treatment Programs
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