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19 January
Alcoholic hepatitis can scar you and scare too
By Rachael

Alcoholic hepatitis can scar you and scare too

Alcohol addiction is the most commonly fought mental health condition everywhere in the world. Millions of people are affected directly or indirectly by the dreadful consequences of this vice. Even kids and teens are getting drawn into the dark abyss. It can literally make one pay with his or her life.

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14 November
Mixing alcohol with energy drinks may trigger cocaine addiction: Study
By Rachael

Mixing alcohol with energy drinks may trigger cocaine addiction: Study

Energy drinks, whether sugar-free or not, form the most popular dietary supplement among teens and young adults in the United States. Frequently reported to contain high amount of cocaine, the energy drink can have serious side effects. Extremely popular among young people, energy drinks in combination with alcohol help increase concentration power and lower inhibition. […]

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03 November
Adolescents using math to decide their drunkenness: Study
By Rachael

Adolescents using math to decide their drunkenness: Study

Alcohol consumption is no longer a taboo in today’s society. However, with alcohol use being rampant across all American states, people’s health and safety is at an enormous risk, due to increasing alcohol-related problems. Alcohol abuse, especially among young adults, is a serious public health issue that comes with both immediate as well as long-term […]

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18 October
Alcohol and its effects on brain
By Rachael

Alcohol and its effects on brain

Alcohol abuse is widespread in the United States. More than 52.2 percent Americans, aged 12 or above, reportedly abused alcohol in 2013, as per the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). While use of alcohol for recreational purposes do not pose a great harm, many users consume alcohol habitually and often become addicts. […]

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23 September
Alcohol as a cause of dehydration
By Rachael

Alcohol as a cause of dehydration

Water makes up almost 55-75 percent of the human body and is essential for most body functions, as well as ensuring cell life. Dehydration occurs when the body loses more fluid than it needs for normal body processes and is characterized by dizziness, weakness, and excessive thirst. Some people may also experience dryness of eyes […]

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11 August
Anthony Ervin aims for gold at Rio Olympics after tryst with alcohol
By Rachael

Anthony Ervin aims for gold at Rio Olympics after tryst with alcohol

Addiction to any substance can cause significant damage to the brain and other vital organs of the body. It makes the mind so weak that at times even after a hard-won sobriety, it might be difficult for people stay away from addictive substances.

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12 July
Size of wine glass influences amount of alcohol intake
By Rachael

Size of wine glass influences amount of alcohol intake

As America continues to be besieged by the increasing prevalence of alcohol across the country, a recent study pointing to the quantity of liquor being consumed to be proportional to the size of its glass reminds the country of the drinking culture that it is struggling to get rid of. A recent study by the […]

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07 July
Drinking by fathers may lead to FASD in newborns
By Rachael

Drinking by fathers may lead to FASD in newborns

As opposed to the popular notion that it is only a woman’s lifestyle and dietary habits that affect the growth and development of her child, a recent study also holds a man’s food choices and lifestyle habits equally responsible for the wellbeing of the unborn child. A recent study by the Georgetown University supports the […]

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06 June
Tertiary education or smoking during teen years likely to influence drinking habits: Study
By Rachael

Tertiary education or smoking during teen years likely to influence drinking habits: Study

Drinking has been a problem in America for decades, especially among the teens that leads to violent behavior in them, alcohol poisoning, car accidents, and other health problems. But it is never too late to quit drinking.

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13 April
Drinking during pregnancy may cause alcoholism in future generations: Study
By Rachael

Drinking during pregnancy may cause alcoholism in future generations: Study

Americans are drinking at an unprecedented rate. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 30,700 people died in 2014 due to alcohol-induced causes. While the increasing number of people consuming alcohol has been attributed to the glitz and glamour associated with drinking, the fact that booze has left a lasting effect […]

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