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Deaths as a result of alcohol abuse in Doncaster are increasing at a rate twice the national average, new figures today reveal.
NEARLY a thousand people in Plymouth are on benefits as their addiction to booze or drugs means they are unable to work.
After a concert video surfaced that makes it look like whatever Louis Tomlinson and underage 19-year-old Niall Horan are drinking from their shared water bottle has a bit of a kick to it, the rumor mills began churning with accusations of alcohol abuse! Niall may have been in bed when he heard the scuttlebutt, but he wasn't going to take it lying ... (more)
Moderate consumption of alcohol by pregnant women appeared not to harm their children's brain development in a new large-scale study of families in southwestern England.
There's no denying that drinking is a widely accepted element of social life in America.
Some men who take the drug finasteride to slow a receding hair line may also find it reduces their interest in drinking alcohol, new research reveals.
Remember Devdas? Anyone who is an alcoholic or a substance addict can't be high on life, goes the basic premise.
Parental substance misuse is a huge problem and we are keen to expand our services so we can help more people.
The drug appears to contribute to the adverse effects of alcohol, causing extreme sedation, intoxication and even memory impairment.
Reviewed 15th June 2013 Annie Siegmann is performing her latest cabaret performance, Girl on the Drink: From Gutter to Glamour in Satire and Song , at the very intimate venue, La Boheme, which ideally suits the even greater intimacy of her production.
The inquest on Wednesday heard that Ms Arci had been plagued by illnesses during her life, including Crohn's disease.
Anyone who passed out in a drunken stupor on a city street and awoke to discover this story about San Francisco's burgeoning alcoholism rate in a nearby Examiner can label himself a newsmaker.
Carol Daws, Michelle Scott and theraputic community manager Shonna Grant chat to mums.
The 34-year-old said his studies through the Open University became a lifeline after developing stressrelated illness and alcohol dependency.