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Want To Prevent Heartburn? Watch Out What And When You Eat

... spicy foods, garlic, onions, pepper, caffeine and alcoholic or carbonated drinks can also be responsible for the heartburn, reports foodconsumer.org. Change in lifestyle, such as losing weight or quitting smoking, can reduce bouts of heartburn. Also, avoid lying down or bending over after meals, and try to ...

Tequila-The Real Stuff or Not

...ent versions, which are a potential threat as this alcoholic beverage grows in popularity. The findings could help provide a "shot" of quality assurance to the estimated billion-dollar tequila market, the researchers say. Their study is scheduled to appear in the June 14 issue of the American Chemical Societ...

Beer to Ward off Osteoporosis

...0 who were given a variety of beers with different alcoholic strengths starting with nonalcoholic drinks.The studies revealed that over a six-hour period, the ethanol in the beer appeared to block various hormones that lead to weaker bones. Recent years of research has attributed several advantages of mod...

Fat People Claim That They Would Give Their Limb Or Life Rather Than Being Fat

...bility of having children, be depressed, or become alcoholic rather than be obese. Five percent and four percent, respectively, said they would rather lose a limb or be blind than be overweight. ‘We were surprised by the sheer number of people who reported they would be willing to make major sacrifices to av...

Misleading Health Claims On Food Labels No Longer Allowed in EU

...ill not be allowed to make any nutrition claims on alcoholic products unless it is related to a reduction in alcohol or calories. Scientifically proven claims can still be displayed on the labels. The new rules also lay down the maximum requirements of vitamins and minerals in food. EU member countries have u...

Excessive Alcohol Consumption May Cause Ill health Of The GI System

... the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia analysed alcoholic beverages mixed with diet or regular soda (with su...tion of artificial sweeteners for sucrose in mixed alcoholic beverages may have a substantial effect on the rate of gastric emptying and the blood alcohol respon...

Diet mixers predisposes people to habitual drunker

...s, tracking the rate at which the regular and diet alcoholic drink was emptied from the stomach and their subsequent blood-alcohol levels for three hours. The results showed the gastric emptying time was lower for diet drinks when compared to regular. Peak blood-alcohol concentrations were found to be ‘subst...

Men, Good for you to be in high spirits!

...Medical Journal has suggested that indulging in an alcoholic drink every day does have benefits on the heart // , but these benefits seem to favor men more. The finding was a result of research conducted on 50,000 Danish men and women in the age bracket of 50 to 65, which showed different results for women. ...

Daily Intake Of Alcohol Reduces Heart Disease In Men Than Women

...art in the study. Women consumed an average of 5.5 alcoholic drinks a week and men consumed 11.3. During the study, 749 women and 1,283 men developed coronary heart disease. Women who drank alcohol on at least one day a week had a lower risk of coronary heart disease than women who drank alcohol on less than...

Coffee Drinking Associated with Lower Risk for Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

... to a reduced risk of developing the liver disease alcoholic cirrhosis, according to a report in the June 12 //... been diagnosed with cirrhosis, including 199 with alcoholic cirrhosis. For each cup of coffee they drank per day, participants were 22 percent less likely to d...

No More Dietary Restriction for Heartburn Patients - Study Says

...inary joys - along with fried and fatty foods, all alcoholic and carbonated beverages, tobacco and mint - and to stop eating three hours before lying down. In addition, you're advised to keep your weight under control. Those lifestyle changes coupled with antacids and various over-the-counter and prescription ...

Alcohol-Related Illnesses On The Rise

...lems have reached an all time high//.Deaths due to alcoholic liver disease had risen by 39 per cent in the past...HS, found that 35,400 people were in hospital with alcoholic liver disease last year, compared to 14,400 admissions in 1995. Excessive drinking proved fatal for...

Beer is More Healthier Than Wine

...ely in error. When asked which is the healthiest alcoholic beverage, drinkers put red wine followed by white wine at the top of the list. Then came light beer, light-colored beer and then dark-beer. Actually, there’s little difference health-wise between any of them, according to Bamforth. Does beer have s...

Neurology behind Drinking in Teenagers

...may suffer analogous deficits. It was found that alcoholic teenagers performed poorly on tests of attention focusing verbal and nonverbal memory, and exercising spatial skills. According to Aaron White, an assistant research professor in the psychiatry department at Duke University and the co-author of a r...

New Technique Developed To Help Fight The Problem Of Alcohol Abuse

...around them - stimuli which range from pictures of alcoholic beverages to bottles of alcohol in the local off-l... immediate feedback. For example, two bottles - an alcoholic and non-alcoholic one - appear on the computer screen each surrounded by a different colour. The par...

Adults In Their Seventies Could Drink Alcohol To Help Against Heart Ailments

...at adults in their seventies who drank up to seven alcoholic beverages a day were likely// to live longer and have fewer heart attacks. The study was conducted on 2.487 men and women without heart diseases in 1997 and 1998. The subjects were followed for five years. The study found that light to moderate alc...

Light To Moderate Drinkers May Live Longer: Study

Older adults who consume one to seven alcoholic beverages a week may live longer with reduced risk of cardiac ailments than those who do not drink, according to a latest study. // The study, by a team led by Cinzia Maraldi of the University of Florida, showed that when compared with never or occ...

Marital Therapy Effective Treatment for Female Alcoholics

...linical Psychology, looked at more than 120 female alcoholic patients and their male partners who were not subs...e more likely to have a greater benefit for female alcoholic patients than traditional treatment methods for alcoholism, which largely focus on drinking only." ...

Long term Sobriety can Reverse Effects of Alcohol Damage

...neuropsychological deficits continue even after an alcoholic dries out. George Fein, PhD, and colleagues stu...ause they cannot correctly determine whether their alcoholic volunteers actually had mental deficits to begin with. In addition age has an important role in th...

Children of Alcoholics More Likely to get Addicted

Children whose parents are alcoholic could get addicted to drinks too and may face emot...und that 55 percent of domestic violence occurs in alcoholic homes with alcohol a factor in 90 percent of child abuse cases. Studies also showed that a third ...

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