Alcohol

Intoxication Brings Strangers Physically Closer

In a study with pandemic-related implications, researchers report that strangers who consume alcohol together may keep their distance initially -- but draw physically closer as they become intoxicated.
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Moderate Alcohol Tied To Lower Stress-related Brain Activity, Mace

Shining a light on this potential mechanism of reducing cardiovascular events may open doors to new therapeutics that can optimize stress reduction without the harmful effects of alcohol, a study hints. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Stress, Cardiology, Medical Research

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Alcohol Is No Friend To Social Distancing

TUESDAY, May 11, 2021 -- Maintaining adequate social distance from strangers — a key COVID-19 preventive measure — can be tough when you're drinking alcohol, researchers say. In a new study, the researchers put more than 200 young social...
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Vegetarians Have Healthier Levels Of Disease Markers Than Meat-eaters

Vegetarians appear to have a healthier biomarker profile than meat-eaters, and this applies to adults of any age and weight, and is also unaffected by smoking and alcohol consumption, according to a new study in over 166,000 UK adults.
Related topics: Smoking, Medical Research

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Does Performance Pay Increase Alcohol And Drug Use?

I would like to see this replicated, but the result is interesting nonetheless: Using US panel data on young workers, we demonstrate that those who receive performance pay are more likely to consume alcohol and illicit drugs. Recognizing that this...

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Alcohol Deaths In England And Wales Rise To 20-year-high During Pandemic

Alcohol Deaths In England And Wales Rise To 20-Year-High During Pandemic Authored by Alexander Zhang via The Epoch Times, The number of people dying of alcohol consumption reached a 20-year high during the CCP virus pandemic,...
Related topics: Virus, Virology

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How A Little Alcohol Might Help The Heart

FRIDAY, May 7, 2021 -- A bit of booze may help protect your heart by reducing stress-related brain activity, a new study suggests. "The thought is that moderate amounts of alcohol may have effects on the brain that can help you relax, reduce...
Related topics: Stress, Medical Research

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Nesarc-iii Genetic Data Now Available To Researchers

The NIAAA announces the release of genetic data collected from individuals who participated in NIAAA’s National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions-III (NESARC-III), the largest study ever conducted on alcohol use and alcohol...
Related topics: Genetics, Medical Research, Polls

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Apple Reportedly Looking At Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure And Alcohol Monitoring For Future Apple...

Diabetics and others with health issues they want to monitor may be happy to hear that future Apple Watches may track glucose and blood pressure.      
Related topics: Blood Sugar (glucose), Blood Pressure, Diabetes

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Dax Shepard Keeps Drug Tests In His Home So Wife Kristen Bell Can Test Him If She Wants To

Kristen Bell has opened up about husband Dax Shepard‘s struggles with drugs and alcohol in the new issue of Self magazine. The 40-year-old actress revealed that since Dax relapsed after 16 years of sobriety, they now keep drug tests in their...

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New Apple Rumors Include Apple Watch Blood Sugar Sensor, Foldable Iphone, And More

What’s Apple’s three-year plan? A slew of new rumors suggests that the iPad Mini 6 will launch later this year, that the 2022 Apple Watch could gain blood glucose and alcohol sensors, and that a foldable iPhone may arrive in 2023.Read...
Related topics: Blood Sugar (glucose)

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Recall: Hand Sanitizers May Contain Toxic Methanol

Scentsational Soaps & Candles recalled the products after tests found methanol (wood alcohol), benzene, and acetaldehyde in some of its products, the company said in a statement on the FDA website. WebMD Health News
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration

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Pool Owners Are Bracing For A Record Chlorine Shortage That Could Send Prices Skyrocketing. Experts...

Chlorine can kill germs, but alcohol is more effective. Bill Oxford/ Getty Images Chlorine is in high demand but low supply as pool ownership rises and material availability falls. Experts warn that the US chlorine shortage will be the worst in...
Related topics: Germs

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Nonmedical Cannabis Users 50+ Not Likely To Discuss Use With Doctor

FRIDAY, April 30, 2021 -- Older medical cannabis users are more likely than nonmedical users to have discussed cannabis use with a health care professional, according to a study published online April 29 in The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol...
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10 Reasons Why The Fda Should Not Ban Menthol Cigarettes

As the Food and Drug Administration looks to start the process of banning the sale and manufacture of menthol cigarettes, the Biden administration is pursuing one of the most significant federal prohibitions in decades. Banning alcohol, drugs, and...
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration, Joe Biden

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Florida Is Set To Make 'alcohol To-go' Drinks Permanent

Florida will likely pass a law that allows restaurants to sell to-go cocktails permanently. Victor J. Blue/Getty Images Florida will likely authorize restaurants to sell and deliver to-go alcoholic drinks permanently. Alcoholic drinks must be...

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Can You Have Alcohol After The Covid Vaccine?

Moderate drinking is unlikely to impair the immune response to the Covid vaccine, but heavy drinking might.
Related topics: Vaccines

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9 In 10 Finnish Children Face Online Grooming, Survey Finds

A survey indicating a striking prevalence of online grooming found that culprits frequently offer money, cigarettes, and alcohol in return for explicit images or physical meetings and uncovered various motives among children who accept the innuendos...
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Police Say Pregnant Mom Was Drunk When She Crashed Car, Killing Her 11-year-old Son

Her blood-alcohol content was reportedly three times the legal limit.
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U.k. Study Suggests Grocers Should Be Banned From Selling Alcohol

Grocery stores in the United Kingdom should stop selling alcohol, a controversial new study suggests. The study, published this month in the Journal of Public Health and authored by researchers from the University of Cardiff and elsewhere, suggests...
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