How to Trick Your Brain to Create a New Healthy... →
Set Small Goals Setting big goals is exciting but starting with small boring goals is more likely to lead to success. Some examples of small changes would be to meditate for 10 minutes, replace one unhealthy snack with raw veggies, or walk 15 minutes per day. Taking small actions tricks your brain. Your subconscious likes to be in control - it doesn’t like change. A big change often sets up...
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Troopers: Woman died in sleep after drinking too... →
A 57-year-old Mountain Village woman died in her sleep Monday after drinking too much homemade liquor, according to Alaska State Troopers.Mountain Village resident Ramona Rose Waskey was last seen alive at about 2 a.m., said Sgt. Aaron Mobley. She fell asleep and was reported dead at 11:45 a.m.
Alcohol Kills More People than AIDS or... →
Alcohol is responsible for nearly 4 percent of deaths worldwide, and according to the World Health Organization, alcohol kills more people than AIDS, tuberculosis or violence
Weekend binge drinking could leave lasting liver... →
Long after a hangover, a night of bad decisions might take a bigger toll on the body than previously understood. Described in the current issue of Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, a study at the University of Missouri has revealed a unique connection between binge drinking and the risk for developing alcoholic liver disease and a variety of other health problems.
Long-term alcohol and caffeine intake and risk of... →
Alcohol and caffeine intakes may play a role in the development of sudden cardiac death (SCD) because of their effects on cholesterol, blood pressure, heart rate variability, and inflammation.
19-yr-old dies from alcohol poisoning-death ruled... →
William Hatridge,19, died of “the acute toxic effects of ethyl alcohol” with a blood alcohol level of .35 percent, according to a report released Tuesday from the Office Chief Medical Examiner in Tulsa. Hatridge died after was he found unresponsive Jan. 26 at a social gathering with friends at McNally Flats, according to Pittsburg County Sheriffs report. At the time of his death, Hatridge was with...
Newmarket woods death man had liver disease →
Asif Shaikh Qurashi, 38, was discovered on land off Bury Road in Newmarket on 24 January. He was found to have more than four times the drink-drive limit of alcohol in his blood. Empty bottles of spirits were found near his body. Mr Qurashi, of Icewell Hill, Newmarket, was a stableman who had been missing for four days. Bury St Edmunds coroner Dr Peter Dean recorded a narrative verdict on...
Rasen man died in home after tragic fall down... →
Deputy assistant coroner Paul Smith concluded that Mr Snell’s death was accidental after suffering a haemorrhage to the left eye when he fell down his stairs. Mr Smith also added that chronic alcohol abuse was a contributing factor to Mr Snell’s death.
Aerobic exercise may protect cognitive abilities... →
Aerobic exercise may help prevent and perhaps even reverse some of the brain damage associated with heavy alcohol consumption, according to a new study.
Parents can help their children avoid alcohol... →
The transition from high school to college is a particularly vulnerable time for alcohol experimentation. A new study looks at which student characteristics may enhance parent-based interventions. Results indicate that teens who perceive their friends as more approving of alcohol consumption also seem to be more influenced by communication with their parents about drinking.
Alcohol use, anxiety predict Facebook use by... →
Anxiety and alcohol use significantly predict emotional connectedness to Facebook, a new study suggests. According to one of the researchers, alcohol use is generally viewed as normative, or socially acceptable, among college students, so increased alcohol use may cause an increase in emotional connectedness to Facebook. Researchers also found that marijuana use predicted the opposite: a lack of...
Wisconsin leads nation in binge drinking →
Gascoigne admits binge drinking nearly killed him →
Paul Gascoigne has told Sky Sports News he thought he was going to die in a rehabilitation clinic and takes full responsibility for his alcoholism.
Poisoned Alcohol Death Toll in Libya Nears 100,... →
“The number of deaths due to the consumption of homemade alcohol has grown, with 22 new cases bringing the total to 79,” ministry spokesman Amar Mohammad Amar told AFP, adding that “the number of people poisoned has reached over 700.”
Plymouth children under 10 treated for alcohol... →
Alcohol poisoning toll continues to rise: 82... →
The number of dead in the alcohol poisoning disaster in Tripoli has risen to 82 today,
BU reminding students of alcohol policy following... →
Anthony Barksdale died after being taken from Sigma Alpha Mu; that BU fraternity has been suspended.
Grayson College Program Raises Awareness About... →
April Marks 27th Alcohol Awareness Month →
Bill aimed at preventing youth alcohol-related... →
Legislation sponsored by 21st District Rep. Marko Liias to allow minors who seek medical assistance for alcohol poisoning to avoid prosecution passed the State House of Representatives Tuesday with bipartisan report. In a news release announcing the bill’s House approval, Liias noted the October 27, 2012 death of Meadowdale High School graduate Kenny Hummel, who was 18 years old when he died on...
Unhealthy drinking widespread around the world →
A new study shows that alcohol is now the third leading cause of the global burden of disease and injury, despite the fact most adults worldwide abstain from drinking
Revolutions are not made, they come.– Phillips, Wendell
Just a drop? Alcohol consumption much higher than... →
Alcohol consumption could be much higher than previously thought, with more than three quarters of people in England drinking in excess of the recommended daily alcohol limit, according to a new article.
When you make a world tolerable for yourself, you make a world tolerable for...– - Anais Nin
Booze and Cancer: A Drink a Day Ups Your Risk →
Researchers with Boston University Medical Center and the National Cancer Institute found that alcohol is to blame for one in every 30 cancer deaths each year in the U.S., or about 20,000 deaths annually.
Nanocapsules Take You from Sloshed to Sober →
Taking this enzyme pill is like having millions of liver cells in your stomach, helping to digest alcohol.
Many Cancer Deaths Traced to Alcohol →
Alcohol use accounted for roughly 3.5 percent of all cancer deaths in the United States in 2009, a new study finds.
Washington lawmakers consider immunity for minors... →
Calls to 911 for underage drinkers suffering from alcohol poisoning would not prompt police charges if a bill in Olympia passes. Tuesday, Washington lawmakers heard testimony on a measure that would allow young partiers to get help without penalty. Currently, teens sent to the hospital after a hard night of drinking could find themselves in trouble with the law. Democratic Rep. Marko Liias said...
Don't wait! Seek treatment for alcohol poisoning →
Fraternity rush has finally come to a close, but not before bringing about an unusually high number of alcohol poisonings. The night after girls’ rush ended, 12 students ended up in the emergency room for alcohol related problems.
Alcohol abusers' depression often related to... →
For problem drinkers, bouts of depressive symptoms are often the direct result of their heavy alcohol intake, according to a new study
Underage youth drinking concentrated among small... →
Binge drinking damages your body →
Drunken man treated for alcohol poisoning →
The officer saw the man stumbling and asked him what day of the week it was and where he was going, but he was unable to answer, police reported. Tempe Fire Department came to check on the man and transported him to Tempe Saint Luke’s Hospital for alcohol poisoning treatment, according to police.
Vaccine Gives Alcoholics Instant Hangover To Help... →
Researchers in Chile are going to test a possible solution for breaking the addiction cycle alcoholics face.
Mother who drank while heavily pregnant died of... →
An alcoholic mother-of-two, who refused to stop binge drinking even when she was heavily pregnant, drank herself to death, an inquest heard. Marylene Tisumele, a South African immigrant who was due to be deported, died of alcohol poisoning
Study shows half of Australia's 17-year-olds binge... →
American Indians see highest percentage of... →
American Indians and Alaska Natives together make up the U.S. ethnic population with the highest proportion of suicides following alcohol intoxication, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Research Society on Alcoholism.
Imlay City High School holds drug and alcohol... →