Drink price law could lead addicts to drugs, says charity
A proposed minimum price for alcohol could lead vulnerable homeless people to drugs, a charity suggests.
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Alcohol use disorder compromises benefits of DAA therapy for HCV
An international study showed that alcohol use disorder contributed significantly to liver disease burden in patients with hepatitis C. Researchers suggest that, where...
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University of Newcastle students drink off genitals in hazing ritual
Footage of students drinking alcohol off other's genitals is a symptom of the "embedded" culture at the university's residences, advocacy group says.
15 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
What kind of drinker are YOU?
Emmanuel Kuntsche and Sarah Callinan, alcohol policy researchers at La Trobe University in Australia, warn your reasons for drinking influence your health generally.
19 hours ago - Daily Mail
Alcoholism's Control Over Neuronal Networks
Changes in neuronal connection play a key role in alcohol addiction. Reversing these changes can induce decreased drinking behavior.
1 day ago - Medindia Health
High rates of liver stiffness, fibrosis discovered in general population
Researchers discovered an unexpectedly high prevalence of significant liver fibrosis, mostly related to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, among a general population cohort of...
1 day ago - Healio
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Is More Prevalent Than We Thought
Most of us think of fetal alcohol syndrome-where a mother's alcohol consumption has an adverse effect on her gestating baby-as problem of the past. Women know better than to...
2 days ago - Scary Mommy
Alzheimer's drug could reverse effects of teen drinking
A drug commonly used to prevent mental decline in patients with dementia reportedly reversed the effects of alcohol exposure in adolescent rats, according to a Duke University...
3 days ago - Daily Mail
How a carb-restricted diet battles fatty liver disease
New details about how a carbohydrate-restricted diet improves metabolism were revealed in a new study which could lead to improved treatments for non-alcoholic fatty liver...
3 days ago - ScienceDaily
Getting Alcohol From Mom or Dad Doesn't Prevent Risky Drinking
Parents may be tempted to give teens an occasional taste of alcohol to teach responsible drinking habits, but a new study suggests this may have the opposite effect. Reuters...
4 days ago - Medscape
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Monitoring Weakness Levels can Predict Bad Surgical Outcomes in Elderly
Risk of bad surgical outcomes and repeated hospitalizations may now be predicted by identifying frailty problems in older patients finds a new study.
New Guidelines for Treating Chronic Kidney Disease-Mineral and Bone Disorder
New guidelines recommended for diagnosis and treatment of chronic kidney disease-mineral and bone disorder can assist doctors in taking care of patients.
Beta-lactamase Enzyme Makes Bacteria Resistant to Antibiotics
Scientists understand the link between the evolution of electric fields in enzymes and the development of antibiotic resistances.
New Study Sheds Light on the Complexities of Controlling High Blood Pressure
Analyzing genetics and smoking habits may help control high blood pressure , revealed study.
Scientists Study Mitosis Structure to Understand the Inside of Cancer Cells
Cancer cells in most forms of cancer reveal abnormalities in the size or structure of centrosomes. Mitosis structure is being studied by a team of researchers.
Healthcare Is Improving With These New Powerful Blood Tests
We all know that traditional blood cultures can only do so much when it comes to detecting certain diseases. According to specialists, this flaw may be a thing of the past...
This Is Why Parenting A 1-Year-Old Is Beyond Exhausting
You see those commercials-the diaper ones, the cleaning supply ones. Maybe it's the coffee commercials where the person happily yawns and is rolling out of bed to that sweet...
Women with ovarian cancer who think they're just bloated
Despite persistent bloating being one of the main signs of the disease, half of women say they would try measures like eating more probiotic yoghurts or going gluten-free...
Women who suffered heart events reveal easy-to-miss signs
A new study published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association found women are twice as likely to develop fatal heart complications than men.