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<strong>Alcohol</strong> can disrupt sleep even after quitting

Alcohol can disrupt sleep even after quitting

01 Oct 2014

New York: Chronic alcohol exposure can lead to disruptions in the sleep cycle, not just when one actively drinks but even years after one stops drinking.

Alcohol,   sleep,   Chronic alcohol exposure,   alcohol abuse,   alcohol exposure,  
<strong>Alcohol</strong> increases risk of HPV infection in men

Alcohol increases risk of HPV infection in men

06 Oct 2014

New York: Men, who consume alcohol have a greater risk of contracting Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection, a study said. HPV is a common sexually transmitted virus, with over six million new cases reported in US each year.

Alcohol consumption,   HPV,   Men,   Infection,   Damaged immune system,   ,  
Healthy diet and lifestyle lowers stroke risk among women

Healthy diet and lifestyle lowers stroke risk among women

09 Oct 2014

London: Women following a healthy diet and lifestyle may be less likely to have a stroke, found a study. The study looked at five factors making up a healthy lifestyle; healthy diet, moderate alcohol consumption, no smoking, physically active and healthy body mass index (BMI).

Healthy diet,   stroke risk,   women health,   healthy lifestyle,   alcohol,   ,  
How binge drinking harms the liver

How binge drinking harms the liver

09 Oct 2014

Washington: An Indian-origin researcher has identified epigenetic protein changes caused by binge drinking, a discovery that could lead to treatment for alcohol-related liver diseases.

binge drinking,   liver,   alcohol,   liver diseases,   DNA sequence,  
<strong>Alcohol</strong> makes smiles more 'contagious': Study

Alcohol makes smiles more 'contagious': Study

01 Oct 2014

Washington: Consuming an alcoholic beverage may make men more responsive to the smiles of others in their social group, according to new research.

Alcohol,   alcoholic beverage,   social behaviour,   social alcohol,   consumption,   genuine smile,   ,  
Beware! Gym days fuel <strong>alcohol</strong> consumption

Beware! Gym days fuel alcohol consumption

23 Sep 2014

New York: Now, you may know why you drink more on days when you hit the gym or attend aerobic classes at the neighbourhood park; as a reward for sweating out!

Gym days,   alcohol consumption,   aerobic classes,   smartphone technology,   alcohol,  
Genes may determine how you taste <strong>alcohol</strong>

Genes may determine how you taste alcohol

24 Sep 2014

Washington: Your genes may decide whether you find alcohol tasty or bitter, according to a new study. The study found that people with one version of a bitterness taste receptor gene found an alcoholic drink to be less bitter-tasting than those with a different version of the gene.

Genes,   alcohol,   tasty,   bitter,   alcoholic drink,   coffee,   grapefruit juice,  
Can another drink relieve you from a hangover?

Can another drink relieve you from a hangover?

18 Sep 2014

London: Is ‘hair of the dog’ the best cure for hangover? According to a renowned author and journalist, another drink is the way to get rid of those forgetful morning episodes of a dry mouth, headaches, nausea and lethargy.

Drink,   Hangover,   Dog hair,   Alcohol intake,   Alcohol addiction,  
Age at first drink linked to binge drinking risk

Age at first drink linked to binge drinking risk

24 Sep 2014

Washington: Teenagers who have their first drink at an early age are more likely to become a binge drinker or even an alcoholic, a new study has warned.

binge drinking risk,   Teenagers,   first drink,   alcoholic,   heavy drinking,   alcohol,  
Teenagers living with single parents more likely to be alcoholic

Teenagers living with single parents more likely to be alcoholic

09 Sep 2014

New York: Teenagers who live with single parents are more likely to use alcohol and marijuana than those who live with two college-educated parents, say a study.

Teenagers,   alcohol,   smoke,   parental education,   marijuana,  

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