Epigenetically Reversing Mental Health Disorders that Arise from Adolescent Binge Drinking

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Epigenetically Reversing Mental Health Disorders that Arise from Adolescent Binge Drinking What is Epigenetics By Natalie Crowley June 7, 2022 Imagine being able to undo some of the bad mistakes we made in our youth, like drinking too much. It’s been well reported that excessive alcohol consumption in adolescents can lead to serious health problems later on in life. Anxiety …

MA: As alcohol home delivery persists, public health officials worry about substance abuse

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MA: As alcohol home delivery persists, public health officials worry about substance abuse WGBH By Kirk Carapezza June 7, 2022 Home delivery of alcohol has skyrocketed in Massachusetts since the start of the pandemic, raising concerns about increases in substance abuse and minors’ alcohol consumption. State alcohol regulators say home deliveries of beer, wine and liquor are up 300% since …

Can you be intolerant to alcohol?

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Can you be intolerant to alcohol? Live Science By Maddy Biddulph May 24, 2022 Is it possible to be intolerant to alcohol? We speak to an expert about the symptoms, causes and treatment of alcohol intolerance If you’ve been Googling whether you might be intolerant to alcohol, it’s likely you aren’t just suffering from a bad hangover.  According to Sandra …

The Dangers of Driving While Intoxicated

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The Dangers of Driving While Intoxicated Law & Crime By Ruane Attorneys at Law Jun 2nd, 2022, 8:30 am According to research, alcohol and marijuana are two common substances identified in impaired driving vehicle crashes in the United States. According to further research, more than 40 percent of marijuana and alcohol users in the United States have driven while intoxicated …

Black, Latino, and Native American organizations form a consortium to address alcohol-related harm in the U.S.

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Black, Latino, and Native American organizations form a consortium to address alcohol-related harm in the U.S. Milwaukee Community Journal By MKE Community Journal June 2, 2022 Multicultural consortium launched with the support of Diageo North America aims to educate and increase awareness on the effects of alcohol and the impact of impaired driving. WASHINGTON, DC — May 31, 2022 — …

ME: Local law enforcement agencies receive ARIDE training

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ME: Local law enforcement agencies receive ARIDE training FOX 22 Written by Cierra Jordan June 2, 2022 HOLDEN — Law enforcement agencies across the state are participating in a two-day training course related to detecting and removing impaired drivers from behind the wheel. Maine sees an average of 50 drug or alcohol impaired driving fatalities per year, according to the …

Stronger age verification needed for alcohol e-commerce

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Stronger age verification needed for alcohol e-commerce Source: https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/ By Alice Brooker May 24, 2022 New research has revealed that online age verification checks for alcohol purchases are ‘insufficient’, and the industry is ‘struggling to effectively protect underage people’. The research was carried out by charity Alcohol Change UK and Wales-based Wrexham Glyndwr University. It showed that retailers are relying on …

Mum gets child to blow into alcohol interlock device so she can drive

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Mum gets child to blow into alcohol interlock device so she can drive Stuff By Doug Sail June 1, 2022 NEW ZEALAND – A Geraldine woman who got her daughter to blow into an alcohol interlock device, so she could drive to the supermarket after drinking, will keep her car despite breaching her sentence for the second time. Judge Joanna …

Alcohol-use disorder: Unmasked or exacerbated by the pandemic?

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Alcohol-use disorder: Unmasked or exacerbated by the pandemic? Healio By Nancy S. Reau, MD, FAASLD, AGAF May 31, 2022 The COVID-19 pandemic stripped away layers of sugarcoating in our society — it exposed weak points across aspects of American life, stretched resources in public health and highlighted a deficit in recognition and access to mental health care and addiction medicine. …