The effects of alcohol consumption, psychological distress and smoking status on emergency department presentations in New South Wales, Australia
- Has mortality related to alcohol decreased in Sweden? Romelsjo, Anders; Agren, Gunnar // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);7/20/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6489, p167
Presents a study on the mortality rate related to alcohol in Sweden. Effects of a decrease in the consumption of alcohol on deaths related to alcohol; Information on live cirrhosis and pancreatitis; Diagnosis of alcoholic psychosis, alcoholism and alcohol intoxication in persons with...
- Alcohol and the emergency service patient. Holt, S.; Stewart, I.C.; Dixon, J.M.; Elton, R.A.; Taylor, T.V.; Little, K. // British Medical Journal;9/6/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6241, p638
Determines the prevalence of alcohol use in casualty patients breath-alcohol analysis. Role of alcohol abuse in mortality and morbidity from road traffic, industrial and recreational accidents; Unreliability of clinical diagnosis of alcohol intoxification; Effects of alcohol on...
- Plasma catecholamines and lipoproteins in chronic psychological stress. O'Donnell, L.; O'Meara, N.; Owens, D.; Johnson, A.; Collins, P.; Tomkin, G. // Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Jun1987, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p339
Changes in plasma catecholamines, lipoproteins and dietary intake were examined in 13 medical students during a 3-month period prior to their examinations, and in 12 controls. In the medical students meanÂ± s.e.(mean) plasma cholesterol increased over the study period (3.98Â±0.16 v....
- Stress and health during medical humanitarian assistance missions. Britt, T.W.; Adler, A.B. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine;Summer2000, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p210
Examines stress and health among service members deployed on a medical humanitarian mission to Kazakhstan. Survey of team members before and during deployment; Application of less adaptive coping mechanisms; Increase in alcohol and cigarette consumption.
- Understanding Stress: Characteristics and Caveats. Anisman, Hymie; Merali, Zul // Alcohol Research & Health;1999, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p241
Presents information on a study which examined the physiological and psychological responses to stress stimuli focusing on the processes relevant to the development of alcohol use disorders. Definition of stress; Characteristics of the stressor; Effects of genetics, age, and previous stressor...
- Does Drinking Reduce Stress? Sayette, Michael A. // Alcohol Research & Health;1999, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p250
Presents information on a study which investigated the significance of drinking alcoholic beverages on the reduction of stress. Definition and assessment of stress; Effects of alcohol on stress responding; Conclusion of the study.
- SITUACIONES DE LA VIDA ESTRESANTES, USO Y ABUSO DE ALCOHOL Y DROGAS EN ADULTOS MAYORES DE MONTERREY, MÃ‰XICO. Alicia Alonso Castillo, Bertha; Helena Palucci Marziale, Maria; Magdalena Alonso Castillo, Maria; Rafael Guzmán Facundo, Francisco; Vinicio Gómez Meza, Marco // Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem (RLAE);mai/jun2008 Supplement, p1
This is a descriptive, qualitative, and correlation study with 112 elderly aged 60 years or older. This study aimed to identify differences in alcohol consumption according to gender and marital status, and differences in the consumption of medical drugs by gender. It also aims to determine...
- The impact of lifestyle factors on reproductive performance in the general population and those undergoing infertility treatment: a review. G.F. Homan; M. Davies; R. Norman // Human Reproduction Update;May2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p209
This evidence-based review focuses on the impact of potentially modifiable, non-communicable lifestyle factors on reproductive performance in the general population and the infertile population undergoing assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment. The impact of several lifestyle factors...
- Stress drives alcoholics' children to drink. // Biomedical Market Newsletter;9/30/2011, Vol. 21, p826
The article reports that researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg have discovered that stressful situations in home environments with drinking problems bring greater risk for children to consume more alcohol.