Snacking or drinking water after a heavy night of drinking alcohol does not prevent a hangover, research on Dutch students suggests.
Study finds water/food consumption before/during/after drinking does not significantly affect scale of hangover symptoms. They can affect your blood alcohol concentration while you're drinking but, as the article says, the only way to avoid a hangover is to consume less alcohol.
"This will not result in any reduction in ice consumption or ice supply or ice manufacture."
Another example (following Minister Scott Morrison's recent assertion that methamphetamine use should be dealt with primarily as a 'law and order' problem: http://sco.lt/6kTweX) of an Australian govt turning its back on the clear evidence for effective drug policy responses. As Matt Noffs says, this approach ignores the causes of the problem. As we've quoted many times previously, National Ice Taskforce head (and former Victorian Police Commissioner) Ken Lay has said, 'we can't arrest our way out of this problem'.
The man at the centre of Australia’s heroin shift from prohibition to harm minimisation, Alex Wodak, wants to apply the same principles to ice. We need to listen to him
A nice piece by Matt Noffs reflecting on Alex Wodak's work on making space for harm reduction within Australia's drug policy framework and the need for a similar emphasis today to reduce harms associated with methamphetamine use.
More than a quarter of a million people die each year from using smokeless tobacco, researchers at the University of York have concluded. Millions more have their lives shortened by ill health due to the effects of chewing tobacco-based products, the study reveals.
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