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Evidence that brainâ€™s reward/motivation circuits are linked to compulsive overeating.
Crack, cocaine, marijuana -- we all know that illegal drugs are bad for your health, but a new study suggests they could also increase your risks of having a stroke.
Swedes drink less and less alcohol while at the same time the Swedish Alcohol Retail Monopoly's sales are rising and statistics from Statistics Sweden show that alcohol consumption is on the increase.
As American ushers in the New Year, an American news and opinion website has ranked Milwaukee as the "Drunkest City in America".
The MCI (http://www.mcia.co.uk) is calling on riders to cut their Christmas drinking if they are planning to ride. (PRWeb UK) December 17, 2010 The Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI) is calling on riders to cut their Christmas drinking if they are planning to ride.
Research in the Christmas issue published on bmj.com today explodes the Danish myth that it is possible to get drunk by submerging your feet in alcohol.
Adolescents and young adults are most likely to abuse prescription medications -- yet prescription rates for controlled medications, or drugs the Drug Enforcement Administration deems as having the potential for abuse, have nearly doubled for those age groups in the past 14 years.
A mobile outreach program staffed by current and former sex workers is associated with increased entry to detoxification and residential drug treatment among women in street-based sex work.
NORWALK, Conn., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The distribution, sale and consumption of beverage alcohol is highly regulated by both the state and federal governments.
Health and social services are facing a new challenge, as many illicit drug users get older and face chronic health problems and a reduced quality of life.
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.