alcohol group


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Synonyms for alcohol group

the chemical group -OH

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In the present study duration of illness was significantly more in alcohol group as compared to depressive group.
outcomes; alcohol group Setting: Hospital--and not analyzed university-based centers.
The alcohol group was up to 20 per cent weaker than the other group, and also more sore.
The control rats were fed an equal amount of rat chow as that consumed by rats in the alcohol group and an equal volume of liquid diet, with the ethanol replaced by isocaloric amounts of carbohydrate.
Kirklees people are being asked to take part in the Great Drink Debate survey about alcohol consumption, run by the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Alcohol Group.
But Government officials and West Midlands Police, as part of The Regional Alcohol Group, yesterday launched the Big Drink Debate to find out what can be done to improve the region's unhealthy relationship with booze.
6%) Note: Chi-square or two-sided Fisher's exact tests (when expected cell sizes were < 5) were used to compare each alcohol group on their percentage of lifetime marijuana use.
68, or a 59% increase) in the alcohol group was not considered clinically meaningful, compared to the 6.
Before commenting, I'd like to point out that in addition to being a pharmacist, I have had training as an alcohol group facilitator and worked in this capacity for several years, with both alcoholics and people who live with them.
The disturbing figures were revealed in a report by West Midlands Regional Alcohol Group.
After 3 months, the alcohol group experienced a significant 9.
The only effect checked off significantly more often by the alcohol group was an improved ability to fall asleep, Dr.
These ideas and considerations began to be exchanged among a few experts In Italy in the 1990s, and started to be discussed with some experts of other South European countries during a World Health Organization (WHO) workshop organized by the Region of Tuscany health authorities, promoted by the alcohol group in Florence (Antonio Morettini, Allaman Allamani, and Francesco Cipriani) and by the Turin alcohol research group (Amedeo Cottino) (Allamani, Cipriani, Cottino, Forni, Sorbini & Morettini, 1995).
Though the alcohol-free group enjoyed the decrease in diastolic blood pressure, the best effects on central systolic (arterial) blood pressure were seen in the alcohol group.