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Learn to say ‘no’ to alcohol to protect your liver

The innocuous practice of drinking can transform into a compulsive habit so intense that one can find it difficult to get rid of alcohol. Other than the physical disorders, incessant drinking or binge drinking can mar thinking ability, thus, making it arduous to take the right decisions. Various studies...

Great American Smokeout 2016: Smoking during pregnancy increases schizophrenia risk in offspring

Smoking habit is the most addictive and unfortunately the most prevalent one as well. Cigarette smoking is a common method of fulfilling tobacco dependence. Previous studies have indicated the presence of neuropsychiatric disorders in those who are dependent on nicotine in the tobacco.

Stress due to discrimination may trigger alcohol abuse: Study

Fighting racism is not easy. The prevalence of racism, characterized by discrimination, is a common problem, but most people shy away from discussing it, terming it a “myth” that makes it hard to define.

Determination to abstain from alcohol helps in achieving prolonged sobriety

The reasons for excessive indulgence in alcohol is not the same for everyone. However, the level of difficulty encountered while trying to quit drinking is similar in each case. Apart from creating a sense of dependence, alcohol causes other acute medical conditions, such as liver diseases or disorders. Those...

Excessive drinking makes people with arrhythmia prone to stroke

Drinking alcohol has been linked to many physiological problems. Though moderate drinking was once touted to be beneficial for good health in the long run, excessive drinking is not. A new study warns the elderly afflicted with a common heart rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation against heavy drinking habits....

Raising drinking age may help reduce crime

A study titled, “Do drinking-age laws have an impact on crime? Evidence from Canada, 2009–2013” and conducted by researchers from the Northern Medical Program at the University of Northern British Columbia was published online in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence in August 2016. It indicated how lowering of...

Ensuring drug-free workplaces in face of rising substance abuse problem

Creating and nurturing a culture of safety for their employees is an important concern for organizations. Managers and leaders execute necessary policies to ensure safety of their employees. Firms in the United States need to take extra measures to ensure safety in offices due to drug addiction becoming a...

Home-grown drugs: A rising menace in triggering deadly blasts and drug addiction

A grow-house is a place used for the production of marijuana indoors. Despite being a risky proposition, marijuana cultivation is often done in residential areas to avoid the police and to create more potent drugs that can fetch some quick money for the dealers. One may recall the popular...

Talk About Your Medicines Month – 4: CDC recommends guidelines to check opioid abuse

The benign nature of opioids that was once looked upon as nothing short of a medical miracle for the treatment of pain is now the biggest cause of worry for the American government. The addictive nature of opioids, coupled with people’s tendency to abuse them, has unleashed a feeling...

Talk About Your Medicines Month-3: Importance of prescription drug monitoring programs

The benefits of prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) in the United States are currently being availed by 49 states, the District of Columbia and Guam (a U.S. territory) that had approved their creation and working. Having an operational PDMP helps these states collect the collated details from dispensers and...

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