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The Science and Technology Committee of British Members of Parliament have called for Britons to refrain from consuming alcohol for at least two days of the week and consider their own weight when deciding to heavily imbibe, reports Keith Weir for Reuters. The Royal College of Physicians warned the risk of liver disease, alcohol dependence and suggested drinkers be given a ℠binge drinking limit´ — the most they should drink daily. Current guidelines, introduced in 1987,...
New British research suggests that men who consumer just four pints of beer per week may increase their lifetime risk of being hospitalized.In the study of 5,772 Scottish men, researchers found that those who consumed just four pints of beer, eight shots of spirits or eight small glasses of wine per week were more likely to be admitted to a hospital, than those who drank less or nothing at all. The risks were even higher for men who consumed greater amounts of alcohol, the study found.The men...
Medical Correspondent Dr Muiris Houston looks at the changing face of Irish medicine "The medical profession did not want any state control of medical services because it felt that it would destroy the doctor - patient relationship." - Dr Leonard Abrahamson, president of the Royal College of Physicians. "The extraordinary animus against the Custom House (the Department of Local Government and Health) and the people in it - everything we did or tried to do was met with suspicion and...
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