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Alcohol: Liver's worst enemy

...after his own liver failed in the aftermath of his boozing exploits. But this is just one case. Millions of people the world over, mostly male, suffer from alcohol-related liver disease each year. It is estimated that liver disease, cancer and alcohol poisoning account for thousands of death each year. The W...

Children Pick Up Drinking Habits from Home

A new study has found that children pick up boozing from home. Based on this, researchers are warning that if parents want to keep alcohol away from their middle school children, the best place to start is at home. The study was conducted by a team of researchers including principal investigator ...

UK Introduce New Health Warnings Against Alcohol

...ntroduced in England to ward-off people from heavy boozing . The new labels like know your limits and drink responsibly will be out by the end of 2008 as part of a voluntary agreement between ministers and industry. The agreement was first planned three years ago but it is only now that a proper format h...

Britney and K-Fed Getting Back Together?

... dear, for she had a break-down and after bouts of boozing and pantyless partying was forced into rehab by Federline, who threatened to take away the kids unless she got help. The insider revealed that another reason why Britney is determined to give their marriage another go, is because she realises that ...

Lohans Boozing Stint in Rehab Exposed

...hell-raising actress Lindsay Lohan got back to her boozing ways while still undergoing treatment in rehab for the second time . The actress guzzled vodka and Red Bull energy drink secretly during her 21st birthday in Promises rehab. Following the incident, furious rehab staff ordered the starlet to wear ...

Frank Sinatra's Boozy Night Nap on Cop's Couch Exposed

...lept on a policeman's couch after a night of heavy boozing . The 82-year-old's boozy night nap in 1952 has been revealed in Dennis Wood's book 'A Few Coppers More - True Tales Of Policing In Manchester'. Sinatra was at a career low when he met a Manchester cop at the Palace Theatre after performing at a ...

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