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Why Alcohol and Sickle Cell Don’t Mix by Tosin Ola Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 1:49am Written by Sickle Cell Warrior on 10 August 2010 Have you ever wondered why you have pain or a crises after a night of drinking? Well let me break it down for you. Alcohol is a diuretic. This means that it triggers your body to start peeing–alot. Not only are you losing water and fluids ... Read on »
Alcohol causes cancer, and here’s the evidence by Cancer Research UK Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 12:00am Alcohol causes at least seven types of cancer This week, the Department of Health is launching a new advertising campaign to raise awareness of how alcohol can affect your health in the long-term. Many of us are aware of the short-term effects of drinking too much – feeling sick, a hangover, a spot of embarrassment, a vague b ... Read on »
Early mutual aid involvement improves outcomes by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sat 03 May 2014 4:35pm DJ Mac provides an outstanding summary of a recently published study on the pre-treatment and early treatment behavior of outpatient addiction treatment patients and their outcomes. He starts with this finding: The folk who tested negative for drugs early on didn’t seem to have worse drug problems, but they did have better mental an ... Read on »
Man Who Suffers From Diabetes Type 1 Creates Gilpin Family Whisky By Distilling Urine From Diabetics–Real Story by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 Aug 2010 10:10pm Yes indeed the healthcare/alcohol articles seem to get stranger all the time.  The inventor, James Gilpin has figured out how to use the urine from diabetics to make whiskey, which he states people with diabetes should not drink so I guess it something you share with your non diabetic friends. I thought those folks who were putting vitami ... Read on »
Three Things to Consider Before Drinking Alcohol by Kodjoworkout Posted Thu 20 Mar 2014 8:30am While drinking moderately can be a nice and acceptable way to kick back or celebrate a special occasion, most drinking actually impedes the process of achieving your health goals instead of helping. A drink every once-in-a-while probably won’t be a problem, but it’s important to examine this habit in your life to see if it’s taking ... Read on »
Novel Biomarkers for Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease (ALD) by Posted Tue 21 Feb 2012 7:00pm Description of Invention: Alcohol-induced liver disease (ALD) is a leading cause of non accident-related deaths worldwide. ALD is reversible if identified in the early stages, but early diagnosis is difficult with existing tools. One problem associated with developing a new diagnostic tool is the genetic background associated ... Read on »
Alcoholism - Comprehensive Overview, Treatments, Complementary And Alternative Therapies by soothe Posted Fri 05 Feb 2010 6:18am Generals As far as the body is concerned, alcohol is a poison. Some of the effects of chronic alcohol consumption include damage to the brain (women may be more vulnerable to chronic alcohol consumption), liver, pancreas, duodenum, and central nervous system. Alcoholism causes metabolic damage to every cell in the body and depresses the im ... Read on »
405 running- fast day 9 complete- Urine therapy by stevenluch Posted Mon 10 May 2010 12:00am I really dont consider what I am doing as alternative anymore (i never really have). There is no norm and set of rules to follow. This is why my health is going to improve. You think like close minded people and you will die like close minded people. Close minded people die at the hands of an ignorant doctor selling drugs by the bill ... Read on »
Heart failure and alcohol problems… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 5:43am My entire social life, for a couple of years now, has come down to one afternoon a week in the pub (as a spoonie with ME, among much else, evenings are written off before they even start). Then I was diagnosed with heart failure (and later with aortic valve calcification and stenosis (narrowing), since when I’ve been taking diuretics, in th ... Read on »
How Alcohol Can Wreck Your Body by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Sat 27 Oct 2012 6:39am (This report is from the U.K.  You will notice that it refers to “units.”  That’s the same as a about a half of one “shot” of alcohol in the U.S.) From heart to liver and brain to kidneys, a night on the tiles makes demands on us that we don’t fully realise. Peta Bee reports 6pm One Unit: It’s been a lon ... Read on »