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 Diabetes medication could treat <strong>alcohol</strong> addiction

Diabetes medication could treat alcohol addiction

26 Sep 2015

London: A medication used for diabetes and obesity could also be used for the treatment of alcohol dependence, suggests new research. Alcohol dependence causes morbidity as well as mortality and is major health problem in today's society.

Diabetes medication,   Alcohol addiction,   Diabetes,   Alcohol,  Latest health news ,  
People taking addiction treatment are more likely to smoke: Study

People taking addiction treatment are more likely to smoke: Study

23 Sep 2015

New York: People undergoing treatment for drugs and alcohol addiction around the world use tobacco at two to three times the rate of people who are not being treated for addiction, finds a 20-country study.

Smoking,   Drug and Alcohol Addiction,   Tobacco,   Research Study,   Joseph Guydish,   Latest Lifestyle News ,  
 Even moderate drinkers are at high cancer risk: Report

Even moderate drinkers are at high cancer risk: Report

19 Aug 2015

New York: Even light to moderate drinking -  up to one a day for women and up to two a day for men - may increase your risk of contracting cancer, especially if you are a smoker, says a new study.

drinkers,   cancer,   smoker,   alcohol,   alcohol risks,   Latest health news,  
Indian restaurant owner attacked for not serving drinks

Indian restaurant owner attacked for not serving drinks

18 Aug 2015

Dublin: An Indian restaurant owner in Ireland was attacked by a drunk man after he was informed that the restaurant had stopped serving alcohol, a media report said yesterday.

Indian,   Indian restaurant,   Dublin,   alcohol,   assault,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Not <strong>alcohol</strong>, food gets this man drunk

Not alcohol, food gets this man drunk

17 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Mathew Hogg, the British resident, suffers from a very unusual problem called 'auto-brewery syndrome'. In this no matter what he drinks or eat gets converted into alcohol, keeping him in a tipsy condition the whole time. According to him, it's not a very good feeling.

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 Now a smartphone app to check your daily <strong>alcohol</strong> intake limit

Now a smartphone app to check your daily alcohol intake limit

07 Jul 2015

Singapore: If you are not sure about how to curb excess drinking, then download this app that will warn you the moment you exceed your daily alcohol limit. The app 'The Alcohol Tracker,' enables users to log the number of beers, shots or glasses of wine they are either prescribed or can handle daily or weekly.

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Avoid <strong>alcohol</strong> while taking certain medicines

Avoid alcohol while taking certain medicines

28 Jul 2012

Scientists have reported yet another reason, besides possible liver damage, stomach bleeding and other side effects, to avoid drinking alcohol while taking certain medicines. The new report describes laboratory experiments in which alcohol made several medications up to three times more available to the body, effectively tripling the original dose.

Alcohol,   Boozing,   How to take certain medicine,   Disadvantages of alcohol,  
<strong>Alcohol</strong> can trigger dangerous palpitations

Alcohol can trigger dangerous palpitations

04 Jun 2012

"Holiday heart syndrome," first coined in 1978, refers to patients who experience a potentially dangerous form of palpitation after excessive drinking, especially during winter holidays.

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 Smoking triggers <strong>alcohol</strong> craving in people

Smoking triggers alcohol craving in people

15 Apr 2015

New York: Smokers will not believe this but nicotine exposure actually promotes alcohol dependence, says a research.In lab experiments, the researchers also found that the combination of nicotine and alcohol activated a unique group of neurons, giving positive reinforcement to continue alcohol and nicotine use."It is a vicious cycle.

smoking,   alcohol craving,   smokers,   nicotine,   Latest health news,  
HIV-infected men more sensitive to <strong>alcohol</strong>

HIV-infected men more sensitive to alcohol

21 Apr 2015

New York:  Men infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS need fewer drinks to feel the effects of alcohol than uninfected men, says a new study.

HIV infected men,   sensitive to alcohol,   human immunodeficiency virus,   AIDS,   Latest helth news,  

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