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  1. Is your drinking dangerous? Moderate alcohol use may offer health benefits, but what's safe drinking for some may be risky for you. Know your limits.(Alcohol ... An article from: Men's Health Advisor by Gale Reference Team, 2007-08-01
  2. To Your Health: The Healing Power of Alcohol by Barry Fox, 1997
  3. Dangerous Cocktails: Your Mental Health Medication and Alcohol - What Are the Facts? by Alcohol Concern, 2000-01
  4. Tobacco, alcohol & cancer prevention (You and your health) by Ernest H Rosenbaum, 1984
  5. To Your Body: The Health Effects of Illicit Drugs and Alcohol (Prepack of Four) by L. A. MD Chotkowkski, 1990-04
  6. 7 Weeks to Safe Social Drinking: How to Effectively Moderate Your Alcohol Intake by Donna J Cornett, 2005-03-16
  7. Own Your Own Health, Quit Before You Know It: The Stress-free, Guilt-free Way to Stop Smoking-by Planning Your Relapses (Own Your Health) by Sandra Rutter, 2006-04-04
  8. Drugs and Your Health (Health Matters) by Jillian Powell, 2002-07-18
  9. Discovering The Power To Crush Your Addictions by Health Institute, 2010-04-02
  10. To Your Good Health!: The Wise Drinker's Guide by Thomas Stuttaford, 1998-03
  11. Can Your Children Drive You To Drink?: An article from: Alcohol Research & Health by William E. Pelham, Alan R. Lang, 1999-12-22
  12. The Secret Everyone Knows: Help for You If Alcohol Is a Problem in Your Home by Cathleen Brooks, 1981-06
  13. Make a difference : talk to your child about alcohol (SuDoc HE 20.8302:AL 1/22) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 2000
  14. Las debidas alcoholicas y la salud/Alcoholic Drinks and Your Health: Curso para padres de familia y educadores / Course for Parents and Educators (Spanish Edition)

21. Alcohol & Your Health - Physical Education, Nutrition Diseases/Disorders, Alcoho
(Alcohol Your Health)StudySphere Educational Resource for language school, study abroad, education online, education, school, high school, career education, business school

22. Courage To Care Alcohol And Your Health
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23. Effects Of Drinking Alcohol: Health Benefits Vs. Risks
Experts answer questions about the impact of drinking on cancer risk, heart health, and more.

24. Fat, Cholesterol And Your Health
Alcohol Your Health Asthma A Brief Introduction BMI Calculator Body Fat You Understanding Cholesterol Cooking Tips Diabetes An Introduction Exercise Tips Tools
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The National Cholesterol Education program recommends that everyone over the age of 20 be tested for cholesterol at least once every 5 years. Blood Lipid Desirable Borderline High Total Cholesterol 200-239 mg/dL Low-Density Lipoproteins (LDL) 130-159 mg/dL High-Density Lipoproteins (HDL)
Triglycerides The National Cholesterol Education Program
Lipids (Fats) Explained:
Fats, or lipids, can be divided into three general categories: Triglycerides, Phospholipids and Sterols.
  • Triglycerides - (fats and oils) This is the main form of fat in the diet. Triglycerides provide us with energy, insulates, cushions and protects internal organs and helps our bodies use carbohydrates and proteins more efficiently. Triglycerides can be further divided into the following categories:
    • Saturated fats - Usually solid at room temperature, saturated fats contain the maximum number of hydrogen atoms (saturated with hydrogen). Saturated fats are considered the most detrimental to health.

25. Alcohol Related Facts & Figures
Alcohol Your Health. Alcoholism kills 100,000 to 200,000 Americans a year. There are 13 million alcoholics 34 out of 35 of them will die from their drinking either directly or

26. Alcohol | Your Health | NHS Cumbria
Alcohol 'Time to Call Time' Cumbria Alcohol Strategy. In 2007 Cumbria developed its first alcohol strategy. It found that there are 'too many people, drinking too much
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'Time to Call Time' Cumbria Alcohol Strategy In 2007 Cumbria developed its first alcohol strategy. It found that there are 'too many people, drinking too much, too often'. NHS Cumbria and their partners are dedicated to reducing the harm that results from drinking large amounts of alcohol. These web pages will give you some ideas how you can reduce your own drinking. The Department of Health recommends that you do not exceed:
  • For Men - 3 to 4 units of alcohol a day, not exceeding 21 units a week For Women - 2 to 3 units of alcohol a day, not exceeding 14 units a week
One unit of alcohol is:
  • approximately a half pint of normal strength beer one small glass of wine one small measure of spirits
Please click below to see a copy of the Alcohol Strategy For information and statistics about alcohol please visit: Useful link:

27. Drinking Alcohol Health, Fitness & Nutrition Guide
Alcohol Your Health – The E Smoking Your Health – The E Your Health Walking Cycling; Fitness Vs Health; Fitness – Getting Started

28. Tertiary Alcohol Project - Welcome
Alcohol Your Health eChug e-Toke TAP Newsletters TAP Interactive Newsletters Events Competitions Useful Contacts Volunteer Opportunities Implement TAP on Your Campus
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Welcome to TAP
The Tertiary Alcohol Project website is designed to provide practical information to students regarding alcohol consumption and social norms. Information is provided on the short and long term effects of alcohol on health, the implications of alcohol on sexual health, study, driving, safety and drowning. You'll also find information on ways to reduce alcohol related harm, and responsible drinking. This site also provides information for health professionals and others who may like to implement the program in other tertiary settings.
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National Binge Drinking Strategy Community Level Initiative
The UWA Health Promotion Unit is delighted thatour application for Tertiary Alcohol Project Phase 3 has been successful with funding of $217,685.50. We look forward to implementing this initiative on campus.
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29. Alcohol And Your Health Weighing The Pros And Cons
Provided for health education by Drs. Kassman and Foulks. Piedmont HealthCare, P.A. Digestive Diseases. 704838-8215 . Alcohol and your health Weighing the pros and cons

30. Alcohol | Your Health | NHS Cumbria
Alcohol 'Time to Call Time' Cumbria Alcohol Strategy. In 2007 Cumbria developed its first alcohol strategy. It found that there are 'too many people, drinking too much

31. Eastbourne Borough Council - Alcohol And Under 18s - Teenagers
Advice for under 18s about alcohol, your health and the law.
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Alcohol and Under 18s - Teenagers
Teenagers - go to Why Let Drink Decide? for advice on how to stay safe, stay in control and the facts on how alcohol can affect you and your mates. Advice for under 18s about alcohol, your health and the law.
Why Let Drink Decide?
Do you really know what the effects of drinking alcohol are? It might give you a bit of a confidence boost, and can be fun, but sometimes it can make you do things you do not want to do and put you in situations you do not really want to be in.
Play Spin the Bottle on Facebook
Go to the DCSF Why Let Drink Decide? website for teenagers to find out more and play the Spin the Bottle game with your friends on Facebook. You can also watch the Alcohol - It's No Joke video and cinema ad. Why Let Drink Decide? - if you are going to have the occasional drink, you need to know what you are doing and keep your wits about you. Drinking too much can leave you vulnerable. Make sure you are always in control because, whatever happens, it is you that has to live with the consequences.
Talk about Alcohol - for Children Aged 11-16
Talk about Alcohol is an interactive website for children aged 11-16, with lots of information about alcohol, the law and how drinking affects your health, to help you to make your own decisions.

32. Alcohol - It's Effect On Your Body And Health
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Alcohol and Your Health
Alcohol, or ethyl alcohol (ethanol), refers to the intoxicating ingredient found in wine, beer and hard liquor. Alcohol arises naturally from carbohydrates when certain micro-organisms metabolize them in the absence of oxygen, called fermentation. Beer, wine and other liquor contain different amounts of alcohol. The amount of alcohol in distilled liquor is known as proof. Proof refers to the amount of alcohol in the liquor; for example, 100 proof liquor contains 50% alcohol, 40 proof liquor contains 20% alcohol, and so on.

33. CSTS: Alcohol And Your Health
Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress (CSTS) Partnering Center of the Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
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Alcohol and Your Health
Most people who drink alcohol do so socially and responsibly. However, excessive alcohol use, either drinking everyday or almost everyday at levels exceeding safe drinking and over a long period of time, or binge drinking (drinking heavily to get drunk) can affect one's health, relationships, and job performance. Download Resource Related Categories: Courage to Care series

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35. Meniere’s Disease: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Limit caffeine and alcohol. Your health care provider may prescribe medicines for nausea and vomiting. Symptoms such as dizziness and vertigo may respond to sedative/hypnotics and
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Meniere’s disease
Meniere's disease is an inner ear disorder that affects balance and hearing. See also: Vertigo
The inner ear has fluid-filled tubes called semicircular canals, or labyrinths. The canals, along with a nerve in your skull, help interpret your body's position and maintain your balance. Meniere's disease occurs when a part of the canal, called the endolymphatic sac, becomes swollen. This sac helps filter and remove fluid in the semicircular canals. The exact cause of Meniere's disease is unknown. In some cases, it may be related to: Other risk factors include:
  • Allergies Alcohol use Fatigue Recent viral illness Respiratory infection Smoking Stress Use of certain medications, including aspirin
Genetics may also play a role. Between 50,000 and 100,000 people a year develop Meniere's disease.
Attacks or episodes of Meniere's disease often start without warning. They may occur daily, or as rarely as once a year. The severity of each episode can vary.

36. Processed Sugar And Alcohol Elimination Diet
Desert Light Health Associates Thomas Giammatteo, D.C., N.D., P.T., I.M.T.,C. Eliminating Processed Sugars and Alcohol. Your health challenge suggests that removal of toxins

37. Multimedia Collection - NJCU :: Counseling Center - NJCU :: Counseling Center
This video was created to reduce the harm associated with the misuse of alcohol Alcohol Your Health Where Do You Draw the Line?
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38. City Of Hamilton - Injury Prevention - Alcohol & Other Drugs - Alcohol And Your
Hamilton Public Health Services provides resources and services for alcohol and drug use addiction help and prevention. This page is about alcohol and your health.
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Drinking too much and to often can lead to many mental and physical health problems such as addiction, brain damage, memory loss, sexual problems and liver damage. Are there any health benefits of alcohol? There is a great deal of debate about the safe amount of alcohol someone can drink before health is affected. The benefits of alcohol can apply to those over the age of 45, and are limited to reducing the risk of a heart attack in some people. If you choose to drink alcohol, learn about and know the risks for you. Drinking alcohol increases your risk of cancer and stroke.
  • Drinking more than 1 or 2 standard drinks per day increases your risk of stroke and cancer. Drinking 1 or more standard drinks per day can increase your risk for breast cancer. Drinking more than 1 or 2 drinks per day can put you at risk for many other types of cancers such as: cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon and rectum. Drinking more than 2 drinks per day increases your risk for high blood pressure.

39. NHS Healthcare Guide: Alcohol And Your Health
Surgery Door provides useful information on alcohol and your health in the NHS Home Healthcare Guide.
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40. Naprelan In Canada: Naproxen Sodium By Sepracor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Alcohol; Your health care provider may prescribe low dose ASA (acetylsalicylic acid) as a blood thinner to reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke while you are taking
Naprelan Interactions
Talk to your health care provider and pharmacist if you are taking any other medication (prescription or non-prescription) such as any of the following (NOT a complete list):
  • Acetylsalicylic Acid (ASA) or other NSAIDs
      e.g. ASA, celecoxib, diclofenac, ibuprofen, indomethacin, ketorolac, meloxicam, naproxen
    Antacids Antidepressants
      Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)
      • e.g. citalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline
    • Blood pressure medications
      • ACE (angiotensin converting enzyme) inhibitors
        • e.g. enalapril, lisinopril, perindopril, ramipril
      • ARBs (angiotensin II receptor blockers)
        • e.g. candesartan, irbesartan, losartan, valsartan
        Blood thinners
        • e.g. warfarin, ASA, clopidogrel
        Corticosteroids (including glucocorticoids)
        • e.g. prednisone
        Cyclosporin Digoxin Diuretics
        • e.g. furosemide, hydrochlorothiazide
        Lithium Methotrexate Oral contraceptives Oral hypoglycemics (diabetes medications) Tacrolimus Phenytoin Probenecid Cholestyramine Acetaminophen Potassium Supplements Alcohol
      Your health care provider may prescribe low dose ASA (acetylsalicylic acid) as a blood thinner to reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke while you are taking NAPRELAN. Take only the amount of ASA prescribed by your health care provider. You are more likely to upset or damage your stomach if you take both NAPRELAN and ASA than if you took NAPRELAN alone.
      PROPER USE >
      Sepracor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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