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Alcohol and antibiotics shouldn't be mixed for many reasons, but there is one commonly heard misconception when it comes it comes to alcohol and antibiotics.
Individuals who are concerned about the effects of liquor should know all types of alcohol are hard on the body.
Alcohol has wide ranging health effects involving many different body systems.
Most of the researches focus on the harm of alcohol on the drinker, and not on the innocent bystanders.
According to the survey conducted by Students' Campaign Against Drugs (Scad), married men consume 60 or more grammes of pure alcohol or more than six standard drinks per session in a month.
New figures released by the Home Office show a total of 163 premises in the city as of March 2018 that are allowed to sell alcohol at any time of the day.
Men are more likely than women to experience alcohol-related deathsthough drinking among women is on the riseand low-income communities are at a greater risk for social and health complications related to alcohol, report added.
Speaking during a consultative exercise by one of the teams currently touring the country to get views of Batswana on the alcohol levy review on August 22, some residents were of the view that alcohol should be banned while others felt it should instead be strictly regulated.
The amount of alcohol in a drink is shown as a percentage of the whole drink.
There is almost no good side to consuming alcohol and worse off if it is in high proportion.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism says that parents can have a major impact on their children's drinking habits by influencing children's values and decisions about drinking.
While alcohol is connected to a slate of public health concerns, ranging from interpersonal violence to disease, it is not often treated with the same urgency as illicit substances.