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Day: February 9, 2013

Seen an Alcoholic Gait? It’s Brain Damage–Alcoholic Cerebellar Ataxia

You may have seen an alcoholic gait before. It’s the unsteady, staggering walk of a long-term alcoholic. The cause of the alcoholic gait is brain damage called alcoholic cerebellar ataxia. Ataxia refers to a loss of coordination, making it impossible to control various body movements. Anybody can develop ataxia-related problems that affecting normal speech, hand-eye …

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A New Approach for Treating Drug Cravings

Drug cravings are intense; recurring urges that frequently appear in addicts actively involved in drug use, as well as in former users recovering from the effects of active addiction. In active addicts, these cravings commonly trigger additional bouts of drug use; in recovering addicts, they can lower the resolve to avoid drug use and lead …

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