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Alcohol and Throat Cancer

Apr 18th 2020

It is no secret that too much alcohol is unhealthy. Everyone knows that over indulgence can cause issues like heart problems, weight gain, hormonal imbalances and depression. Alcohol consumption is also linked to an increased risk of many different types of cancers, including throat cancer.Throat CancerThroat cancer can be grouped into two main categories, pharyngeal cancer and laryngeal cancer. Pharyngeal cancer occurs in the hollow tube that ru...
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Butt Chugging Alcohol Kills

Apr 18th 2020

"Butt Chugging" is the act of consuming liquor through ones rectum, via a tube or tube like instrument. Once in your rectum, the alcohol is absorbed through mucous membranes. Some people consume alcohol this way because when consumed rectally, the alcohol has a faster route to the bloodstream than when consumed orally.Some butt chuggers also believe that if they consume alcohol rectally, they will be able to pass a breathalyzer test if they are p...
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The Danger Of Drunk Walking

Apr 18th 2020

Drunk driving is a known killer, but few people realize that drunk walking is also quite lethal. For instance, a 2011 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA study found that one-third of pedestrian deaths were due to this preventable tragedy.Not only are most pedestrian revelers out at night when it’s harder for drivers to see them, their compromised physical coordination and motor control makes them more likely to weave or fall int...
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How Much Alcohol Can Your Liver Take?

Apr 18th 2020

Your Liver is your friend, treat it well.The relationship of alcohol with the human liver is not a friendly one. Your liver is a robust organ and can usually cope with drinking a small amount of alcohol. However, the liver can only handle a certain amount of alcohol at any given time. If you drink more than the liver can deal with by drinking too quickly, or drinking too much, your liver cells struggle to process it.When alcohol reaches the liver...
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Tips for Spotting Drunk Drivers

Apr 18th 2020

Do you want to see a scary number? How about this one: 110 million. What does it signify? That’s the number of times Americans collectively admit to driving after drinking each year. In fact, that number is probably low: In 2010, it was 112 million. Roughly 4 million drivers admitted to drinking and driving at least once that year, and those aren’t numbers to be taken lightly; they contribute to another one that should be just as disturbing. Year...
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