alcohol addiction

“I don’t think I knew I had an addiction until far too late."
What causes addiction? Ask most people this question and I imagine most will say 'drugs cause addiction'. This is the story we have been told for many years fuelled by numerous experiments undertaken in the first half of the 20th Century. In these experiments a rat is put in a cage with two water bottles. One contains just water. The other is water laced with heroin or cocaine. Most of the rats drink until they overdose. Pretty conclusive, right? As it turns out, no.
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Amy's Place will open just over five years after the singer's tragic death.
Five years since Amy Winehouse’s tragic death from alcohol poisoning aged just 27, the foundation set up in her name will