Binge Drinking & Diabetes: The Risk

Binge drinking is a risky form of short-term alcohol consumption that leaves you intoxicated in no more than a couple of hours. When you repeatedly binge on alcohol, you seriously increase your chances of developing diagnosable problems with abuse and/or addiction. You also apparently increase your chances of developing the blood sugar disorder type 2…

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Etizolam: Anxiety Disorder Treatment

Etizolam is the name of an anti-anxiety medication legally prescribed in several countries (e.g., India, Italy and Japan), but not legally prescribed in the U.S. This medication belongs to a group of substances called thienodiazepines, which bear a strong chemical resemblance to a well-known group of sedative/tranquilizers called benzodiazepines. Unfortunately, in America, etizolam has become…

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5 Best Non-Alcoholic Beers

Can beer and sobriety go together? Maybe, if non-alcoholic beer is safe for you to drink. For some people, abstinence means no beer at all, including non-alcoholic beer, but if you are in recovery for other substances or behaviors, you may be able to drink non-alcoholic beer. Keep in mind that with the exception of…

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