Signs of Alcohol Poisoning

Knowing the signs of alcohol poisoning are crucial. It is a dangerous medical emergency requiring immediate stabilization of the individual to prevent permanent damage or death. If you encounter a person who exhibits one or more signs or symptoms, call 911 immediately. Stay with the person until professional medical help arrives on the scene. Get… Continue Reading

Flagyl And Alcohol

This article is about the consequences of combining Flagyl (Metronidazole) and alcohol. Although it is one of the lesser-known drugs, it is a solid antibiotic prescribed to treat various bacterial and parasitic infections. Since the liver and intestines process and break down this drug in the body, side effects primarily impact the gastrointestinal system, including… Continue Reading

Review Content Experts – Staff Members

Listed here are the members of our expert staff. They have gone through our content and reviewed it carefully. If they found anything that was not completely accurate or up-to-date, it was edited accordingly. They are all experienced in the drug, alcohol, health and addiction field. We thank them all very much for their contribution… Continue Reading

Adderall, Alcohol & Violence On College Campus

Alcohol Related Sexual Assault On & Off Campus Drunkorexia – Students Not Eating To Drink More College Violence: Students Are Under Attack Alcohol On College Campus Is Out Of Control Mental Health on College Campuses Sober By Degrees – College Recovery Programs Setting Up College Recovery Programs Fraternity Hazing & Drinking Adderall is an amphetamine… Continue Reading

Online Alcohol Sales Go Viral

Most Americans stay at home and practice “social distancing” to slow the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. But, unfortunately, they’re also stocking up on groceries, toilet paper, and, as it turns out, record amounts of alcohol. Around the third week of March, the market research firm Nielsen reports online sales of alcohol were up by 234 percent…. Continue Reading

March is Self-Injury Awareness Month – Raising Awareness Of Self-Harm & Cutting

For some people, severe emotional and psychological pain can drive them to hurt themselves physically. Because it is such a widespread problem, March is recognized as Self-Injury Awareness Month to bring attention to the issue. Self-injury or self-harm, sometimes known as “cutting,” is an intentional, predominantly non-lethal way people struggling with mental health issues sometimes… Continue Reading

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

The end of the year is always a festive time, with bright and cheerful decorations, family gatherings, and, for many, a slate of holiday parties and events to attend. December is also a month when law enforcement sees a rise in the number of people driving while impaired by alcohol, drugs, or a combination of… Continue Reading