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Two In One Drug For Smokers And Drinkers

... equivalent of heavy drinkers. They found the drug curbed their drinking. Even when stopped, the rats resumed drinking but did not binge. The study is outlined in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The drug varenicline is said to work by latching onto the same receptors in the...

DNA- A Dependable Determinant to Select Treatment Plan for Alcoholics

...e grip These insatiable craving for alcohol can be curbed using Naltrexone, which works by the use of conditioning the brain to receive an incentive or reward, and Acamprosate which works by means of the stress system. The drugs named here may not be sufficient for every patient. The query that was raised d...

Salt & Its Intake Causes a Strong debate In UK

... to 6gms by 2010, but final levels seem to be more curbed than the original levels, leaving the target to be 8gms by 2010. This move though is still not well accepted by campaigners in both sides. While the food industries chefs have defended the current targets the other groups feel that they are too soft ...

AIDS Threat Aggravated Due To Sale of Blood by Drug Addicts in Cambodia

.... Health experts warn that if this practice is not curbed in time, it would serve as a severe threat to the country's gains in fighting HIV/AIDS.// So far, there has been no report of spread of the deadly infection by blood transfusions. It is however predicted that if the infection entered the hospital s...

SARS-Free Taiwan to Mark End Phase of Global Fight

...700 cases and 84 deaths over the past three months curbed travel and dealt a blow to the economy, are expected to give a warm welcome to the decision. But with some 200 people worldwide still in quarantine and a good chance that some cases may have slipped through the net, it is too soon to claim SARS has ...

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