Hypoglycaemics, Alochol and Substances of Abuse

January 2011
West Indian Medical Journal;2011 Supplement 1, Vol. 60, p43
Academic Journal
The article offers updates related to substance abuse, hypoglycaemics and alcohol. It notes the challenged posed by alcohol and trauma to public health which have caused illness, death and injury. It mentions the move of the Caribbean region in treating diabetes mellitus through medicines and alcohol.


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