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  1. Drugs (It's Your Health) by Jonathan Rees, 2004-08-12
  2. Drugs (It's Your Health) by Jonathan Rees, 2005-07-30
  3. Te Gr 3 Your Health 1999 by Harcourt Brace, 1999-01
  4. Tobacco and Your Health by Harold S. Diehl, 1969-12
  5. Reduce Your Alcohol Craving by Doug Charles Setter, 2009-09-06
  6. Protect yourself from community-associated MRSA: good hygiene and an antibacterial soap or alcohol-based hand sanitizer reduce your risk of infection.(GASTROINTESTINAL ... HEALTH): An article from: Healthy Years by Unavailable, 2008-08-01
  7. Drug Repair That Works: How to Reclaim Your Health, Happiness and Highs by Jost Sauer, 2010-03-31
  8. Transform Your Bad Habits To Better Behavior Patterns: Learn Helpful Tips To Stop Destructive Habits Such As How To Stop Drinking Alcohol On Your Own And ... Changes To Improve The Quality Of Your Life by Bessie K. Redman, 2010-10-06
  9. Quitting Alcohol Workbook: Your Personal Recovery Plan by Cardwell C. Nuckols, 2007-03-15
  10. The Science of Drinking: How Alcohol Affects Your Body and Mind by Amitava Dasgupta, 2011-02-16
  11. The Facts About Drug Use: Coping With Drugs and Alcohol in Your Family, at Work, in Your Community by Barry Stimmel, 1991-06
  12. Being Healthy: Grade Four, Grade 4: HBJ Harcourt Brace Jovanovich - 1990 Edition -Thinking About Yourself, Your Body, Your Health, Food Choices, Exercise Rest & Sleep, Guarding Against Disease, Medicines & Drugs, Alcohol & Tobacco, Keeping Safe . . . by Larry K. Olsen, Richard W. St. Pierre, et all 1990
  13. Turning awareness into action : what your community can do about drug use in America (SuDoc HE 20.8002:C 73/991) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1991
  14. Heal Your Hang-Ups: Depression, Alcohol and Drug Addiction by Nancy Lynne Harris, M.A., 2008-04-15

41. Menieres Disease
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

42. Rutabaga Fries, Alcohol And Your Health, Weight Loss Plans That Harm Your Overal
Skip the spuds and bake up some rutabaga fries — Peanut Butter Fingers Before heading to happy hour, read this! — Vitamin G Is your diet harmful to your overall health?

43. Understanding The Food Label
Describes the information provided on a food label, including nutritional content, Understanding Antioxidants Alcohol Your Health . of this document.Understanding.

44. What Is The Treatment For Bladder Control Problems?
These include foods with caffeine (coffee, tea, cola, or chocolate) and alcohol. Your health care team can suggest how to change your diet for better bladder control.
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    What is the treatment for bladder control problems?
    By Tracee Cornforth , Guide Updated July 19, 2009 Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by the Medical Review Board
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    Treating bladder control problems.
    Your treatment will depend on the type of bladder control problem you have. Some treatments are simple. Others are more complicated. Your health care team may suggest one of the following treatments:
    Do-it-yourself treatments for bladder control problems:
    Pelvic muscle exercises
    You can learn simple exercises that can strengthen the muscles near the urethra. These are called pelvic muscle exercises or Kegel exercises and take only a few minutes a day.
    Bladder training
    You can train your bladder to hold urine better. Follow a timetable to store and release urine. You can also learn to decrease the urge to urinate.

    45. Hepatitis B
    Treatment involves getting enough rest, eating a healthy diet, and avoiding alcohol. Your health care provider will check to make sure your liver is working normally by doing a
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    H epatitis B What is Hepatitis B? Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infects the liver. There is a very effective vaccine that prevents HBV infection. The vaccine is usually given to babies, but some teens, especially those from other countries may have not received the vaccine. Check with your health care provider to make sure you have received all your shots. HBV is spread through sharing needles and through sexual contact. It is the only STD that can be prevented by a vaccine! Who gets Hepatitis B? Anyone can get Hepatitis B. People who have not been immunized are at risk, especially if they have unprotected sex or use drugs that are injected. How is Hepatitis B spread? Hepatitis B can live in all body fluids, but it's mostly spread through contact with blood, semen, and vaginal fluids. The virus can also live in body fluids such as saliva, tears, and breast milk. You can get infected by:
    • Having sex (vaginal, anal, or oral) with an infected person Sharing razors, toothbrushes, and nail clippers with someone who is infected

    46. Behavioral Health: Alcohol Dependence (Alcoholism)
    Especially important are how and when you drink alcohol. Your health care provider will ask about your history of using drugs and alcohol
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    What is alcohol dependence?
    Alcohol dependence (alcoholism) is a disease that includes:
    • the need to drink greater amounts of alcohol to get high a strong urge to drink not being able to control your drinking even though you know that it is harmful withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, and shakiness when you stop drinking.

    Signs that you have lost control over your use of alcohol include:
    • not being able to limit your drinking even when you try having problems at work or with friends or family because of your alcohol use spending a lot of time and energy drinking alcohol or getting over its effects.

    Alcoholism is one of the most common illnesses seen by health care providers.
    How does it occur?
    The cause of alcohol dependence is not known. It is more likely if you have:
    • family members who are dependent on alcohol stress that is ongoing feeling pressured by family and friends mental illness such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or anxiety.

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