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Although alcohol affects people in different ways and some people can drink more than others, drinking too much may cause a person to feel drunk. L...

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A 10-panel drug test is a urine screen that looks for 10 of the prescription or illicit drugs people most frequently abuse. Learn about which drugs...

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A new study finds that doctors are more likely to write opioid prescriptions during the last appointments of the day and if appointments are runnin...

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Some people have concerns about excess facial fat. This article outlines seven tips for helping prevent and reduce excess facial fat.

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When coming off prescription or recreational opiate or opioid drugs, people may experience withdrawal symptoms. Learn about the symptoms, timeline,...

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Suboxone is a brand-name prescription drug that's used to treat dependence on opioid drugs. It comes as an oral film that's placed under your tongu...

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The kidneys are responsible for filtering out waste products, including alcohol, from the body. Kidney pain can be a sign of serious health issues....

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New research finds that using focus boosting drugs without a prescription has few benefits and may affect memory and sleep quality in the long run.

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The use of steroids can lead to steroid acne. Treatment options include topical creams and ointments. Prevention usually focuses on avoiding steroi...

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A pathological liar is someone who tells compulsive lies that do not have a clear motive or benefit. Learn more about the possible causes and how t...

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Canada-based scientists have finally discovered how the cannabis plant produces molecules that may relieve pain without the risk of addiction.

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Resveratrol, a compound that occurs in red wine, appears to relieve anxiety and depression symptoms in mice. A recent study delves into the details.