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How quickly a person drinks beer depends upon the shape of the glass the alcoholic beverage is contained in, researchers from the University of Bristol claim as part of a new study.
Needles are used by acupuncturists for therapeutic purposes, and new research shows that a specially developed needle can help treat illnesses related to the eye. The microneedles could be used to treat diseases like macular degeneration that hurts tissues in the back of the eyes.
In 2012, the fastest growing trend in Oklahoma is abuse of prescription drugs, not the ones most people are used to but the right rehab program can handle either one. Canadian,
A group of individuals was recently busted in New York for a drug fraud scheme related to Medicaid prescriptions. Approximately 48 people have been charged for being involved in the fraud ring.
An ongoing malpractice investigation centering on a Denver, Colorado oral surgeon has uncovered evidence that he reused syringes and needles, potentially putting thousands of patients at risk of contracting hepatitis or the HIV virus.
Scientists from the University of Copenhagen recently studied the effects of a particular drug called Fantasy to gain a better understanding of the biological makeup of gamma-hydroxbutryic acid (GHB,) a transmitter substance found in the brain.
How would you like to get instantaneously intoxicated and then return to sobriety almost as fast without the effects of nauseating hangovers?
Steep rises in taxes on alcohol do not necessarily reduce consumption.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.