Alcohol

Even A Little Alcohol Can Raise Your Risk Of Getting Cancer, Study Finds

Over the years, there has been no shortage of studies focused on alcohol consumption. Some studies suggest there are benefits to moderate consumption of alcohol on a regular or semi-regular basis, while others warn of the many potential dangers. A...
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Study Debunks The Myth That An Imposed Floor On Alcohol Prices Would Punish The Poor

There is no evidence that a minimum unit price on alcohol as a deterrent against binge drinking would effectively make the poor poorer, an ARC-funded UNSW study has found.
Related topics: Medical Research

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Medical News Today: How To Treat A Dry Mouth At Home

There are many ways to treat a dry mouth at home, including using a humidifier, sucking on sugar-free lozenges, and trying alcohol-free mouthwash. Learn more.

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Not All Problem Drinkers Need Abstinence

For the right patients, simple behavioral interventions can direct those who drink alcohol excessively back to moderation. Medscape Medical News

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Elliott From 'e.t.' Filled Urine Sample With Water After Dui, Cops Suspect

Elliott from 'E.T.' allegedly tried to pull a fast one during his Oregon DUI stop by brazenly tampering with his urine test, then playing it cool in hopes of passing a blood alcohol test. Henry Thomas refused to complete breathalyzer and...
Related topics: Police, Blood Test

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How Safe Is That Ultrasonic Bath For Flux Removal?

How do you clean the residual flux off your boards? There are plenty of ways to go about the job, ranging from “why bother?” to the careful application of isopropyl alcohol to every joint with a cotton swab. It seems like more and more...

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Nearly One-third Of Participants Drop Out Of Psychosocial Substance Use Disorder Treatments

People who abuse cigarettes, alcohol and/or heroin are less likely to drop out of a substance use disorder treatment than those who are addicted to cocaine, according to a new study led by a researcher at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Dopamine Fasting: An Expert Reviews The Latest Craze In Silicon Valley

It’s the latest fad in Silicon Valley. By reducing the brain’s feel-good chemical known as dopamine – cutting back on things like food, sex, alcohol, social media, and technology – followers believe that they can “reset” the brain to be...
Related topics: Silicon Valley, Social Media

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7,551 Died In The Uk As A Result Of Alcohol

Ian Hamilton, Harry Sumnall Security, Europe Alcohol deaths in the UK – second highest since records began. It’s easy to forget how toxic alcohol is, although this collective lapse of memory is not accidental as the alcohol industry does all...

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Mike 'the Situation' Sorrentino Giving Away Scholarship For Free Rehab

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is sponsoring a scholarship you don't see every day ... a free 30-day drug and alcohol treatment program. Here's the situation ... Mike and his wife, Lauren, are partnering with Banyan Treatment Centers and...

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America’s Approach To Marijuana Is A Gateway To Misery

Like nearly all Americans of a certain age, I was told in school that tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana are gateway drugs — and that is why marijuana should remain illegal. First of all, even if you accept that these three substances are...
Related topics: Smoking

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Single Dose Of Ketamine Plus Talk Therapy May Reduce Alcohol Use

A single infusion of ketamine plus behavioral therapy helped alcohol-dependent individuals reduce their drinking, a new study finds.
Related topics: Medical Research

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Medical News Today: What To Know About Alcohol Intoxication

Alcohol intoxication is a temporary condition that occurs when a person drinks an excess of alcohol. Learn about the signs, treatments, and risks, including alcohol poisoning.
Related topics: Poisoning

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Distress Tolerance Plays Role In Alcohol Use And Abuse Among Firefighters

A newly published report finds that firefighters who struggle with PTSD symptoms, and who think they cannot handle negative emotions, are likely to drink and use alcohol it to cope with negative emotions.
Related topics: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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This Is Your Body On A Hangover

You're working overtime, both physically and mentally, to recover from drinking alcohol.

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Alcohol And Tobacco Policies Can Reduce Cancer Deaths

Policies aimed at cutting alcohol and tobacco consumption, including the introduction of random breath testing programs and bans on cigarette advertising, have resulted in a significant reduction in Australian cancer death rates, new research shows.
Related topics: Smoking, Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Strawberry-flavored Hiv Medicine Could Save Thousands Of Children

There are roughly 80,000 babies and toddlers who die of AIDS every year, and that's partly due to the difficulty of administering the medicine. It can be extremely difficult for a toddler to swallow a pill or a foul-tasting syrup with alcohol....
Related topics: AIDS, HIV, Virus

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Hangover Cure? Study Reveals Recipe For Drink To Help You The Day After A Party

Many people have experienced various unpleasant physiological and psychological effects following the consumption of alcohol, which may last up to 72 hours.
Related topics: Medical Research, Psychology

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Starting Drinking Young Predicts Hospital Admission For Acute Intoxication

In studies, younger age at first alcohol use has been associated with later alcohol problems in adult life, including heavy drinking and alcohol use disorder. That is the reason why around the world, as in the Netherlands, a key aim of alcohol...

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Dopamine Fasting Is The Latest Craze In Silicon Valley — And It’s Nonsense

It’s the latest fad in Silicon Valley. By reducing the brain’s feel-good chemical known as dopamine – cutting back on things like food, sex, alcohol, social media and technology – followers believe that they can “reset” the brain to be...
Related topics: Silicon Valley, Social Media

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