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California Considers Declaring Common Pain Killer Carcinogen

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A fight is coming to California over whether to list one of the world's most common over-the-counter drugs as a carcinogen, echoing recent high-profile battles over things like alcohol and coffee.Read more...
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Cann, The Cannabis-infused Drink Company, Moves 150,000 Units And Raises $5 Million

Since its launch in May of last year, the cannabis-infused drink company Cann has sold 150,000 cans of its THC and CBD-infused, alcohol-free, intoxicants, in a sign of success that’s bucking current industry trends,. On its way to that...

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Kelly Ripa Says She Quit Drinking Alcohol And U.s. Wine Sales Went Down

Kelly Ripa has revealed that she no longer drinks alcohol. During a segment on alcohol consumption in the United States, the 49-year old Live! With Kelly and Ryan star joked that her abstinence from drinking directly caused a drop in wine sales last...
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Dozens Of Potential Anti-cancer Drugs Netted In Massive Screening Study

A variety of existing drugs for treating conditions such as diabetes, inflammation, alcohol abuse, and arthritis in dogs can also kill cancer cells in the lab, according to a study by scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Broad...
Related topics: Cancer, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Oncology, Medical Research, Diabetes, Arthritis

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Moderate Alcohol Consumption Protects Against Kidney Disease

Those who consume up to 20 drinks per week are less likely to develop chronic kidney disease than never drinkers, but authors warn "potential benefits" of alcohol must be weighed against "harms." Medscape Medical News
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The Quiet Crisis: Deaths Caused By Alcoholism Have More Than Doubled

The Quiet Crisis: Deaths Caused By Alcoholism Have More Than Doubled Opioid overdoses may have leveled off last year after soaring over the last ten, but Americans are still dying in droves from another, far more popular substance:...
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Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Receives Support After Announcing Alcohol Dependence Treatment

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona says she's getting treatment for alcohol dependence. She received messages of support from both parties.

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Study: U.s. Alcohol Deaths Have Doubled Since 1997

From 1997 to 2017, alcohol-related deaths among Americans aged 16 and older doubled from 35,914 to 72,558.From 2011 to 2017, the average number of drinks consumed by binge-drinkers rose from 472 to 529.A 2018 study showed that people who consume six...
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Cdc Report Finds Binge Drinkers Are Increasing Intensity Of Alcohol Use

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a report on Friday about the escalation of binge drinking in the U.S. The study said 37 million Americans binge drink once a week. And the total number of drinks they consume is getting...
Related topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Medical Research

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What Science Teaches Us About Breaking Bad Habits

It’s a new year and many people are in the mood for making a fresh start. And that often means giving something up (cigarettes, alcohol, junk food). Unfortunately, the odds of sticking with new year resolutions are not good. Come February, 80...

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Arizona Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick To Receive Treatment For ‘alcohol Dependence’

Arizona Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick announced Wednesday that she will seek treatment for “alcohol dependence” after a serious fall last week. In a statement released on Wednesday, Kirkpatrick, 69, said that her alcoholism was the...
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Health Highlights: Jan. 15, 2020

Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay: Americans Drinking More Than Before Prohibition Alcohol consumption by Americans has been on the rise for two decades and is now greater than...

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"chicken Feet Are Popular In Traditional Regional Chinese Cooking And Are Served As Snacks To...

"They are typically steamed first to make them puffy before being stewed and simmered in abalone sauce."From a Bloomberg News item about a container of 23.94 tons of "American chicken feet" that went through Chinese customs yesterday, "potentially...

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Conor Mcgregor Says He Hasn't Had Alcohol In Months But 'drank All Week' Before Fighting Khabib...

He also said he'd often celebrate sparring victories during the build-up to the fight by going out for "three days" at a time.

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Hold My Wine: Vino Is On The Decline. So What Did You Drink In 2019, America?

Americans drank and spent more on alcoholic beverages in 2019. Wine drinking fell, but hard seltzers, spirits, craft beer and low-alcohol beer rose.       
Related topics: Wine

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More Than Half Of Cancer Survivors Don't Abstain From Alcohol

TUESDAY, Jan. 14, 2020 -- U.S. cancer survivors have surprisingly high rates of alcohol use, researchers say. "This study highlights the prevalence of current alcohol use among cancer survivors, including an increase in alcohol intake over time...
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Sobering Data On Alcohol-related Deaths In The Us

From 1999 to 2017, nearly 1 million individuals in the United States died from alcohol-related causes, and the number of deaths per year doubled, new research indicates. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Medical Research

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In Mice, Alcohol Dependence Results In Brain-wide Remodeling Of Functional Architecture

Using novel imaging technologies, researchers produce first whole-brain atlas at single-cell resolution, revealing how alcohol addiction and abstinence remodel neural physiology and function in mice.
Related topics: Medical Research

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Americans Drink About 2.3 Gallons Of Alcohol A Year: Study

Americans drink, on average, 2.3 gallons of alcohol per year in the form of beer, wine and mixed beverages, according to a new analysis of federal health statistics.An analysis by The Associated Press found that Americans consume more alcohol per...
Related topics: Medical Research, Wine

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I Taste-tested 5 Brands Of Non-alcoholic Beer, And There Was One I'd Happily Order At A Bar

Dry January is in full swing, and with many people giving up alcohol after the holidays, I put five non-alcoholic beers to a taste-test.

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