Change of Lifestyle

Certain lifestyles that have become common in Western countries during the last few decades, such as the sharing of needles during the intravenous administration of addictive drugs and promiscuous male homosexuality, are associated with increased risks of infection with a variety of agents, notably hepatitis B and C viruses and HIV. Observations on the incidence of gonorrhea in developed countries suggest that fear of AIDS has increased the use of condoms and somewhat reduced the incidence of promiscuous male homosexual practices, but in general changes in lifestyle designed to reduce the incidence of disease are difficult to achieve, as is evident with cigarette smoking and alcoholism.

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Alcohol No More

Alcohol No More

Do you love a drink from time to time? A lot of us do, often when socializing with acquaintances and loved ones. Drinking may be beneficial or harmful, depending upon your age and health status, and, naturally, how much you drink.

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