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Alcoholism Symptoms Physical: Advocate Condell Physician Warns Binge Drinking Has Serious Physical Consequences

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Advocate Condell physician warns binge drinking has serious physical consequences
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But the physical consequences of binge drinking can be serious or even deadly. Overconsumption of alcohol is responsible for more than 80000 fatalities in the United States each year, making it the third leading preventable cause of death.


Strep Throat and Beer
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Lena Newlin, the director of the university's alcohol awareness program, hopes to start screening students at academic advising appointments soon. Alcohol abuse can contribute to issues with mental health, physical health and academic performance.


Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center Says Childhood Trauma May
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“While there is a genetic correlation to addiction, there's no doubt that physical environment and life experiences can have a profound affect on addiction as well,” begins a spokesperson for Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center.

Signs Symptoms Alcoholism: 6 Surprising Sleep Stealers

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6 Surprising Sleep Stealers
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Learn 6 surprising signs of a sleep problem. By Melanie Haiken, If mornings find you feeling like you just drifted off a few hours before, or if you droop with weariness no matter how much coffee you drink, you just might be suffering from a …


Embarrassment can keep some from seeing doctor
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By Chris Stroisch Alcohol or drug use, blood in the stool, depression and STDs are among topics doctors say many adults feel embarrassed to talk or ask questions about. Not doing so, however, can put a person's health at risk.


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Signs and Symptoms of an Alcoholic: Strokes Can Strike at Any Age

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Strokes can strike at any age
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“When someone is young, they don't necessarily recognize the symptoms of a stroke, especially if they come and go,” she said. “It's important that people know that strokes can happen at any age, know the signs and symptoms and don't ignore them because …


'Go Red' conference attracts 250
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He says one of the reasons women don't seek treatment as often as men is that sometimes they have vague symptoms. Men more often have the classic signs of a heart attack: a sharp, stabbing pain in the chest. The risk factors for heart disease have been …


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Symptoms of Alcoholism: Rehab Tampa Florida Drug Rehab Center Tampa Top Rated -Call for Help: 843-669-6088

Rehab Tampa Florida Drug Rehab Center Tampa Top Rated -Call For Help: 843-669-6088 Drug Rehab Tampa Florida Drug Rehab Center Tampa Rehab Alcoholism A Deadly Disease and the Solution Written By: Rome B. Alcoholism is a terrible disease of addiction. Apart from the physical dependence on alcohol, there are other psychological, genetic and social factors that may play a role in the development of alcoholism. Symptoms of alcoholism include intense cravings for alcohol, incapacity to control one’s drinking, increased tolerance to its effects, and withdrawal symptoms during the periods of abstinence. In addition, many social, safety, and economic concerns can be attributed to this serious illness. For example, the frequency of divorce, suicide, and abuse is significantly higher in families where one or more suffer from this disease. One should know . . . many alcoholics deny having a problem at all. In such instances an intervention may be necessary in order to help them start treatment. However, the best method of intervention is sometimes as simple as another alcoholic sharing their own story and how they found recovery. This keeps the ego out of the discussion, which lessens the chances of one becoming defensive — something that is likely among those who are true alcoholics. Treatment in cases of alcoholism usually include detoxification, counseling and most successfully the time-tested and proven 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. One must never confuse the fellowship and meetings of recovery with the 12 Step program of recovery

Addiction Signs and Symptoms: Drug Addiction : How to Spot a Meth Addict

Drug Addiction : How to Spot a Meth Addict

Spotting a meth addict can typically be done by noticing telltale signs such as missing teeth, acne breakouts and picking at the skin. Discover how to spot a meth addict with tips from a practicing psychiatrist in this free video on drug addiction. Expert: Dr George Northrup Contact: Bio: Dr. George Northrup earned his medical degree at The University of South Florida in Tampa and completed his psychiatry residency at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Drug addiction is a life threatening illness, but these tips can help save someone’s life. Become aware of the signs and symptoms of drug addiction with help from a practicing psychiatrist in this free video series on drug addiction.


Alkermes Initiates Open-Label Pilot Study of VIVITROL(R) to Evaluate Impact on
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Diagnosis of Symptoms: I Need a Diagnosis/Treatment, if possible.(Relates to My Underarm).?

Question by Bryce J: I need a Diagnosis/Treatment, if possible.(Relates to my underarm).?
For several years I have noticed a sharp irritating pain in my right underarm. Nothing serious “to my knowledge” but very annoying & painful. As i felt under my arm, “have been thinking it might be tangled underarm hair” I realized it wasn’t when I felt a slight bump. I’m only a 15year old male so my medical education is slim. I went to my mother asking if she could figure out what it was. Her best guess was a clogged sweat gland. I researched it and the pictures/symptoms didn’t add up. I’m baffled and am unable to see a doctor due to lack of insurance. If anyone can help I would be much obliged to you.

Any information should be helpful, just keep in mind its something on and off, not like a sist were it goes away and you don’t usually notice any of its painful symptoms “in the same spot.”