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Hlala Gahle (by H. H.)
TWELVE years ago I was completely lost; and all I once cared for--wife, children, home, job, fellow man and God--had almost gone. Then I met AA and...
P. S. From the Editor
We don't often single out specific Grapevine articles for comment, but we do think that "Tell Your Doctor!" (page 18) is an exceptionally good piece...
AA+M.D.= 1 Happy Doc (by Dr. Bob M.)
IT may help some sponsor to be able to say: "A doctor who is an AA himself says. . . " I am a physician who has been continuously dry now in AA for...
The Washingtonians:
The Washingtonians: An AA colleague recently dropped by at the Grapevine office to leave a tattered and watermarked volume, nearly a century old,...
Alcoholism in the U.S. Today
VAST changes, reflected in attitudes and action, are to be noted in the world around the alcoholic. Doctors, ministers, social caseworkers, nurses...
TIPS FROM TRICEHow To Keep Your Newcomers: (by Dr. Harrison M. Trice)
"Why do so many sick alcoholics avoid the therapy that might help them? What can be done to make them more receptive?" These questions, asked...
Alcoholism--a Medical Bombshell (by Donald W. Brodie, M. D.)
THE past twenty-nine years have produced what may be termed a revolution concerning our thinking about alcoholism, and also, in turn, our unusual...
Alcohol and Your Brain (by R. G. Bell, M. D.)
MOST of the readers of this magazine have personally and quite thoroughly explored this subject. Alcohol--the "mocking bird" among drugs--changes its...
The Anecdote Bin
TURNING to the educational aspects of this department, we encapsulate several intelligences from our nation's press. The first, from the N. Y. Times...
A Recent News Release on Alcoholism From the American Medical Association
Alcoholism is a growing disease problem confronted frequently by families, communities and physicians. As with many other diseases it can be treated...