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  2. Alcoholism - Wikipedia

    380 million / 5.1% adults (2016) [12] [13] Deaths. 3.3 million / 5.9% [14] Alcoholism is, broadly, any drinking of alcohol that results in significant mental or physical health problems. [15] Because there is disagreement on the definition of the word alcoholism, it is not a recognized diagnostic entity, and the use of alcoholism terminology is ...

  3. ad·dic·tion (ə-dĭk′shən) n. 1. a. A condition involving use of a substance, such as a drug or alcohol, or engagement in a behavior, such as gambling, in which a person ...

  4. Sulfuric acid - Wikipedia

    Infobox references. Sulfuric acid ( American spelling and the preferred IUPAC name) or sulphuric acid ( Commonwealth spelling ), known in antiquity as oil of vitriol, is a mineral acid composed of the elements sulfur, oxygen, and hydrogen, with the molecular formula H2SO4. It is a colorless, odorless, and viscous liquid that is miscible with water.

  5. - Tumbex

    Tumbex is your access to all the tumblog, with a streamlined design and optimized navigation. View any Photo / Video / Audio / Quote / Link / Chat / Text of Tumblr

  6. 2023 Chemistry Edition by scienceholic - Issuu

    chemical’s role in health. Vitamin B5, or pantothenic acid, is a coenzyme A (CoA) component, which is used in fatty acid synthesis and degradation, the transfer of acetyl and acyl groups, and ...

  7. “Chia Seeds and the Whole30 Diet: What You Need to Know”

    Chia seeds, celebrated for their high-fiber content, omega-3 fatty acids, and natural, unprocessed nature, can align harmoniously with the principles that underpin the Whole30 program. Here’s a closer look at why chia seeds deserve a place on your Whole30 menu: 1. High Fiber Content for Satiety.

  8. Is Grass-Fed Meat and Dairy Better for Inflammation?

    In contrast, conventional dairy products, often derived from grain-fed cows, have lower levels of omega-3s and a higher omega-6 to omega-3 ratio, which can promote inflammation. Furthermore, grass-fed dairy tends to contain more antioxidants, such as vitamins E and C, which combat oxidative stress and inflammation.

  9. The Benefits of Choosing Organic, Grass-Fed, and Antibiotic ...

    Source: In the realm of nutrition, the distinction between conventional meat and its grass-fed counterpart is a topic of considerable significance, especially when considering the unique needs of expectant mothers during pregnancy.

  10. -holic Definition & Meaning |

    -holic definition, variant of -aholic: chocoholic. See more.

  11. Can the Atkins Diet Trigger Gout? |

    One of the most influential aspects is dietary habits. While the Atkins Diet, with its high-protein and low-carb approach, may trigger gout in some individuals, other lifestyle choices, such as excessive alcohol consumption and sedentary behavior, can exacerbate the risk.