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How to Prevent Liver Cancer|drinking and liver cancer Liver cancer is a terrible disease. It does not just affect your liver, but also the way your entire body works. Liver cancer is often caused by chronic alcohol abuse as well as exposure to hepatitis B or C, so it is important to understand how to prevent contracting these types of hepatitis when considering liver cancer prevention. While it’s true that liver cancer is a life-threatening condition, there are some things you can do to help prevent yourself from getting it in the first place. Some lifestyle and dietary changes may be necessary to help you avoid liver cancer. 1 Quit smoking. If you smoke, you should quit. If you don’t smoke, continue to stay away from cigarettes. This is an important step. Avoiding cigarettes is crucial, not only to prevent liver cancer, but smoking cigarettes negatively affects your whole body as well.[1] Try to quit smoking by reducing your cigarette consumption a little bit every day or by using cessation aids like nicotine patches. If you have trouble quitting smoking, contact your doctor for more support. If you don't smoke, stay away from people who do. Second-hand smoke is bad for you and can lead to increased risk of liver cancer as well. Watch the level of alcohol you ingest. Over time, drinking large quantities of alcohol can lead to cirrhosis, or scarring, of the liver which can contribute to liver cancer. Try to avoid drinking too much, specifically over long periods of time. Binge drinking (having more than five drinks in one sitting) is especially damaging to your liver. Consider completely eliminating alcohol to minimize the impact it may have on your liver.[2] To maintain your health, women can drink up to one drink per day and men can drink up to two drinks per day
27 Sep 2017
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SpringBoard Recovery has a history of excellence, but don't just take our word for it, as we have been awarded the The Joint Commission's National Quality Approval. Alcohol abuse starts differently for everyone. People drink alcohol to socialize, wind down, or forget personal issues in their lives. However, there’s a fine line between a heavy drinker and an alcoholic, especially when it comes to their tolerance, concentration, and inhibitions. Call at (888) 672-2120 for more information about Scottsdale alcohol rehab or visit our website. Address : 9449 N 90th St. Suite 207, Scottsdale, AZ 85258, USA Phone : (888) 672-2120
6 Oct 2017
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Testimonial for alcohol abuse treatment by treatment solutions network
13 Sep 2008
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There are problems with alcohol abuse and drugs in Seattle. If you struggle with addiction, our alcohol abuse program can help. Away from Seattle, our facilities have all the comforts you need to begin recovery. Heal your mind, body and spirit from alcohol abuse. In Seattle call us for help today.
31 Oct 2008
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There are problems with alcohol abuse and drugs in Miami. If you struggle with addiction, our alcohol abuse program can help. Miami residents- our facilities have all the comforts you need to begin recovery. Heal your mind, body and spirit from alcohol abuse. Need help in Miami? Call us today.
1 Nov 2008
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Get affordable & effective treatment for addiction & alcohol abuse at www.CliffsideMalibu**** in San Jose, California. Quality drug rehabilitation centers in Santa Clara County, Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Gatos & the Silicon Valley.
1 Nov 2008
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There are problems with alcohol abuse and drugs in Boston. If you struggle with addiction, our alcohol abuse program can help. Boston residents- our facilities have all the comforts you need to begin recovery. Heal your mind, body and spirit from alcohol abuse. In Boston call us for help today.
4 Nov 2008
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*******www.weightlosssurgerychannel**** Obesity in women is now being tied to depression and alcohol abuse, according to several studies.
6 Nov 2009
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BY LIZ REED You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy Four percent of world deaths are caused by alcohol - at least that’s what the World Health Organization reveals in a new report. Each year, 2.5 million people die from alcohol-related incidents like car crashes and diseases, more than both AIDS and Tuberculosis. The report, released on February 11, found that worldwide consumption in 2005 was equal to 6.13 liters of pure alcohol per person aged 15 years or older. Countries in the Americas, Europe, Eastern Mediterranean and Western Pacific regions were more stable in their consumption habits, but increases in binge drinking were seen in developing countries in Africa and Southeast Asia. An American doctor tells NBC that the report only solidifies what they already knew. Doctor Chandler Baxter: “What we’re beginning to recognize more and more is that alcohol, maybe not in huge, huge quantities, can have detrimental effects on people’s lives.”... Reporter: “You don’t have to be an alcoholic to fall victim. Even a few drinks can have an impact.” But some of the more disturbing findings are the death rates among teens. WHO substance abuse director, Shekhar Saxena, tells Voice of America alcohol is responsible for one-third of deaths among young people in some regions of the world. “A large proportion of the deaths and disability because of alcohol is actually in the young and middle ages and not in the old ages...[a] large proportion of what we are talking about in the 2.5 million deaths are in the age groups of people who should not die at that age.” Worldwide, alcohol distributors are reacting to the stats with mixed reviews. An Indian Wine Academy writer argues that the numbers seem skewed and outdated, especially when looking at wine sales in the country. “The recent findings... [show] that hard liquor accounts for 88% of alcohol consumed in India with beer taking 10% share and wine being an optimistic 2%... The study seems to be based on the statistics of 2003-5 when the wine was not really on the radar of Indian alcohol consumption... With an almost consistent annual growth of 25-35%, wine currently still remains at a minuscule under 0.5%.” But one fact the WHO says can’t be ignored is that world governments aren’t doing enough to control alcohol abuse. The organization listed multiple suggestions for change, including taxing alcohol, reducing the number of alcohol licenses available to establishments, raising drinking age limits and enforcing the law to prevent driving under the influence. But MSNBC talks to beer brewers who believe taxing will only encourage the return of antics from the United States’ Prohibition Era. “[T]he brewer SABMiller has warned that policy measures like minimum pricing and high excise taxes on alcohol could cause more public health harm than good by leading more people to drink homemade or illegally produced alcohol." The United Nations is now backing the WHO’s report and pledges to work closely with world governments to decrease alcohol abuse. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Feb 2011
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With all of the alcohol abuse treatment programs advertised out there how can you tell which programs use methods that actually work? If you have a problem with alcohol abuse you want a program that offers permanent results, one that will permanently change your life for the better. Why is it that some alcohol abuse treatment programs give better results than others? The answer is the varying methods and techniques that are used to treat the alcohol abuse and addiction. Some rehab centers do not offer much in the way of treatment except for group therapy, and possibly some fitness activities. While these methods can be found in almost all alcohol abuse treatment programs many rehabs do not include any other therapy options or counseling types, and this is a recipe for future relapse. *******www.valiantrecovery****
10 Jul 2012
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Farrah Abraham reportedly checks into rehab for alcohol abuse, and wants to make "better choices."
1 Jul 2013
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The Narconon New Life Detoxification Program has resulted in astonishing improvements in students who consistently report: - Ability to think more clearly. - Improved memory and attention span. - Greater energy. - Increased awareness of surroundings. - Increased feeling of general well being. - Reduction or elimination of many symptoms associated with drug addiction, including depression, irritability and fatigue. - Enthusiasm towards life. With the Narconon Drug Rehab Program, stable recovery is achievable! Once past the physical cravings, through the Narconon New Life Detoxification program, the student develops life skills that will help in maintaining a productive, drug-free life. At Narconon developing a realistic and workable sense of personal ethics and responsibility is a vital part of this recovery. Personal addiction can be ended! Our statistics at narconon show that the majority of our narconon graduates have achieved this freedom. Narconon is a network of drug and alcohol treatment facilities located throughout the world. Narconon graduates go on to do very well in life. The skills they learn at narconon will help them lead happy healthy lives. If you or someone you know abuses OTC medication please call narconon at 1-877-413-3073 or visit narconon on the web at *******www.drugsno**** *******www.drugsno****/narconon_pgm.htm Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Feb 2009
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There are some scary things in our world today, but none is more scary than an addiction to Alcohol.
5 May 2010
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Completed in 2012, this documentary discusses the damage that alcohol is doing to society, and whether something should be done about it. Link:- *******
29 May 2012
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Aamir Khan who hosts the reality TV show, ‘Satyamev Jayate’ in the 9th episode spoke about the ill effects of alcohol
5 Jul 2012
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*******recoveryfirst****/addiction-treatment/alcohol-addiction-treatment.html - At RehabInfo, we can help you find any type of addiction treatment service that you need, no matter where you are in your recovery. For those just starting out and in need of medical treatment, alcohol detox may be appropriate. For More Details Please Visit Our Website *******recoveryfirst****/addiction-treatment/alcohol-addiction-treatment.html
20 Nov 2012
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