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NIH set to combat alcoholism digitally

12-08   NIH set to combat alcoholism digitally

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Alcohol, one of the leading drugs of choice, endangers the lives and well-being of users by affecting them both physically and mentally. With 17.6 million Americans suffering from the effects of alcohol abuse, it has become the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) […]


Celebrating Thanksgiving in sobriety

11-22   Celebrating Thanksgiving in sobriety

“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.” The quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson aptly sums up the spirit of Thanksgiving Day, which should be that of […]


Senators propose lowering of taxes on alcohol

11-21   Senators propose lowering of taxes on alcohol

In a country where about 88,000 people die from alcohol-related causes every year, the latest version of the GOP tax bill could make matters worse. Republican senators are proposing major excise tax reductions for liquor, beers and wine, including a 50 percent rate slash for craft brewers. Critics say that the new proposal, if approved, […]


Alcohol ups risk of premature death by 60% in psoriasis patients, says study

11-06   Alcohol ups risk of premature death by 60% in psoriasis patients, says study

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Alcohol is damaging for everyone, be it a healthy individual or someone plagued by a chronic inflammatory skin disease like psoriasis. A recent study found that people suffering from psoriasis have approximately 60 percent higher chances of alcohol-related mortality, compared to others of the same age and gender in the general population. The study was […]


People into sports more prone to drinking, finds study

09-27   People into sports more prone to drinking, finds study

People usually harbor a common perception that those who are into sports would stay miles away from substances like alcohol and tobacco. However, a recent study has found that people who exercise regularly are likely to drink more than others who are not linked with any sport or do not exercise. The National Survey for […]


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