Tag Archives: Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research

Alcohol-Related Deaths at an All Time High


According to a new study published in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, the number of alcohol-related deaths seems to have doubled in the last twenty years. The researchers collected mortality data from death certificates filed in the U.S., analyzing trends … Continue reading

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$60 for Roadside Breath and Blood Test


National officials have collaborated with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission to survey Washington state motorist, collect blood samples, and collect breath samples with the incentive of a $60 payment for participation. Continue reading

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Study: Opinions on Drunk Driving Change When Drunk


A new study published in the journal “Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research” suggests that people who believe that it’s wrong to drink and drive may change their minds after becoming drunk themselves. Continue reading

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Mixing Alcohol with Diet Soda May get You Drunker


Personally, I can’t stand the taste of diet soda. But if you’re anything like my fiancé, you’re probably mixing your alcohol with diet coke instead of regular coke as a way to compensate for the empty calories that the alcohol, itself, provides. A new study published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research suggests that mixing alcohol with diet soda rather than regular soda may get you drunker. Continue reading

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