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Spouse may "drive You to Drink" but also can Protect You from Alcohol

...researchers found that in some cases, one spouse's excesses with alcohol actually could help protect the other from alcohol dependence. A team of researchers from Washington University and from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research in Brisbane, Australia, studied 5,974 twins born between 1902 and 196...

Spouse may "drive You to Drink" but also can Protect You from Alcohol

...researchers found that in some cases, one spouse's excesses with alcohol actually could help protect the other from alcohol dependence. A team of researchers from Washington University and from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research in Brisbane, Australia, studied 5,974 twins born between 1902 and 196...

Researchers Study Health of New Zealand's Indian Community

...oared as the middle class has taken on more of the excesses of western lifestyle. The change of diet here is a factor but so too is the climate where there are fewer sunshine hours and it's harder for their darker skin to make Vitamin D," Pamela said. Massey University is the country's largest university wi...

Intestinal Bacteria Blamed for Rotund Figures

...conclusion that the bacteria are the cause for the excesses noticed, although they agree that that there does seem to be an invincible correlation. The increase in the good bacteria could also be a result of obesity opined Dr. Richard Atkinson of the Obetech Obesity Research Centre in Richmond. Many other ...

JIPMER Students Organize Human Chain

...chain stir was also aimed at condemning the police excesses on agitating students in New Delhi and various parts of the country. The JIPMER students had been wearing black badges while attending classes as a token of their protest. Source: PTI News ...

Suicide Rate Amongst Male Prisoners Of UK Is Quite High

...sation from these data because some of the suicide excesses seen in prisoners may well relate to their characteristics before imprisonment (such as drug use or serious mental disorder). Such considerations, however, reinforce the need for comprehensive improvements in safety and suicide prevention initiatives...

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