Drinking while taking common medications for depression, diabetes or high blood pressure puts you at risk for harmful alcohol-drug interactions. Honesty with your doctor is the best policy.
Many people know that drinking alcohol too often or to excess is not a good idea, health-wise. But there are other things you should know about alcohol and the impact it can have your heart.
Think a beer before bed helps you sleep? Or that coffee can sober you up? Our chemical dependency expert reveals the truths behind common myths about drinking.
Overeating, drinking too much and stressing out is easy at the holidays. But it’s hard when you’re trying to manage your diabetes. These tips will help you keep your blood sugar stable during all the festivities.
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How can drinking too much alcohol cause you to involuntarily urinate in your sleep? Find out about adult bedwetting or what scientists call nocturnal enuresis.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Dietitian Kylene Bogden, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, answers this one
Some of the ways alcohol affects our health are well known, but others may surprise you. Here are six less-known effects that alcohol has on your body, as well as how your liver breaks it down.
Healthy choices are doubly important when you have both diabetes and hypertension. Find out how to reduce the risk of complications as you manage your blood pressure.
Everyone enjoys a little indulgence while relaxing on vacation. But if you’re not careful, you might be bringing home more than a tan and a suitcase of souvenirs, a new study says. You could be carrying a little extra pudge.
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