Truth: “Love comes in many forms, but all of them soothe loneliness.”

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Vitamin A is essential to your brain, heart, eyes, lungs, and more. @DrStevenLin

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Vitamin A is essential to your brain, heart, eyes, lungs, and more. Without sufficient vitamin A you’d go blind and your cells wouldn’t differentiate.Pregnant woman have to be especially careful about their vitamin A levels–too little or too much is bad..

The Stigma of Alcoholism in Women

About 5.3 million women in the United States drink alcohol in a way that threatens their health and safety, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Plus, 2.6 percent of American women — about 4 million — have alcohol dependence, a condition marked by a high tolerance for alcohol, difficulties in controlling its use, and sometimes physical withdrawal when it’s not consumed. Because alcohol abuse is underreported among women, especially older women, these figures are probably low, says Moe Gelbart, PhD, a psychologist and executive director of the Thelma McMillen Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Torrance, California.

“There is still a cultural stigma attached to female drinking versus male,” Dr. Gelbart says. “As such, women’s alcohol problems will tend to be more ‘underground’ and hidden.”

Alcoholism in women and the hidden health hazard many wouldn’t expect:

“Piglet?” said Pooh. “Yes Pooh?” said Piglet. “Do you ever have days when everything feels… Not Very Okay At All?

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“Piglet?” said Pooh. “Yes Pooh?” said Piglet. “Do you ever have days when everything feels… Not Very Okay At All? And sometimes you don’t even know why you feel Not Very Okay At All, you just know that you do.” Piglet nodded his head sagely. “Oh yes,”

The Stigma of Alcoholism in Women

About 5.3 million women in the United States drink alcohol in a way that threatens their health and safety, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Plus, 2.6 percent of American women — about 4 million — have alcohol dependence, a condition marked by a high tolerance for alcohol, difficulties in controlling its use, and sometimes physical withdrawal when it’s not consumed. Because alcohol abuse is underreported among women, especially older women, these figures are probably low, says Moe Gelbart, PhD, a psychologist and executive director of the Thelma McMillen Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Torrance, California.

“There is still a cultural stigma attached to female drinking versus male,” Dr. Gelbart says. “As such, women’s alcohol problems will tend to be more ‘underground’ and hidden.”

Alcoholism in women and the hidden health hazard many wouldn’t expect: