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 Will Vitamin C Really Boost the Immune System?
With winter coming on, I am starting to think about staying as healthy as I can. I am unemployed right now with no insurance so a major illness would be a disaster. Last spring (2008) I came down ...


 What's your favourite vitamin?
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 I'm so Tired....?
I am always tired, no matter how much sleep I get. Anybody have any idea why? I know I should see a doctor! I am a female, 29yo
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I should have said this earlier, I ...


 How to make my voice sound like im sick?
i HAVE A DILEMA.
Yesterday a guy friend asked me to go out with him tonight, i didnt want to so i said i have a really bad cold.
Well turns out his family and him are coming over for lunch ...


 does vitamin c help your immune system?
over past 3 months ive had 3 colds, the most ive ever had in a short space of time, and one of my friends has suggested i take vitamin c to help my defences, is this wise advise?...


 Should I help my mom or go to work?
My mom took 5 of my Paxil and has been throwing up for 2 days, nauseous, shaking fainting. I think she took more last night (after I cleverly hid them) but she wont admit it. The problem is Im in ...


 what is health?
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 does smoking cigarettes gives cancer???
ok we all know smoking is harmfull...but does it really makes you have cancer??
is there any benefit of smoking?...


 Standing up causes dizziness etc.?
I've been to the doctor a few times but never really got a proper answer. I've had my blood pressure tested (it was fine) and I'm going for an ECG in a week. Am I worrying about ...


 What's better for your wrists: navigating with mouse or keyboard?
While neither can be good when it comes to repetitive stress and carpel tunnel, what is generally better for your hands/wrists? Keyboard navigation (mainly using keyboard-based shortcuts) or mouse ...


 Trouble falling asleep, please help?
I am having a huge trouble falling asleep. I am not stressed (I'm a sophomore, it's summer, I have no school work, and no job). I've been a little depressed, but it's not constant....


 Insomnia, I can't get no sleep... any top tips?
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 what foods do not contain wheat?

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i have had stomach problems for 8 years and just put up with it until it got really bad and now under a consultant , he has put me on some sachets says it something ...


 Help! Am I an alcoholic? I'm a stripper and drink every night.?
I work at a gentlemens club and am always offered drinks. Problem is, I always say yes. I really want to get healthy again. I want to be on top of my life again. I feel like alcohol is always ...


 My rectal passage is itchy and sometimes feels like it's burning?
Does anyone have a clue as to why this could be? Sometimes after I defecate my rear feels like it's on fire or super itchy....


 I'm overweight using the Body Mass Index. I play sport and can sprint without feeling any strain. Any issues?
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 trouble sleeping.........?
why is much harder for me to get sleep now ..even though im twice as active. i was told that exercise might help, i've even tried home remedies and 'medication'.. although this helps ...


 How to fall asleep in the next hour?
I cant have a warm glass of milk cause we r outta milk and music just makes me wanna dance so those r outta the question. and i dont wanna take a pill cause thatll upset my stomache. what do i do!?...


 i need sleep and i know it?
hey y'all im 17 and in high school. My bed time is at 11:00 parents rules but anyways i cant get to sleep at nights. I don't have anything on my mind and i have my ipod plugged in my ears. ...


 I've just accidentally cleaned my teeth with haemorrhoid cream, should I throw my toothbrush away?
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askmeaboutmetal
Why does alcohol, especially beer, go through your system so fast and make you have to pee so suddenly?
                      









Annie
hold on for as long as you can, cause once you go the 1st time, you can't stop!


Julio
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I dont know but it sure feels good when you empty your bladder = )


Toking Space Cowboy
yup


GJ-2
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because you are deliberately drinking more than you normally would


kaytee
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haha i wish i knew, i try so hard not to break the seal because once i do i pee allll night. i guess it could have something to do with drinking so much liquid in such a short amount of time?


sirajrj
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I'm guessing your body is trying to rid itself of the toxin. It is a pain though to try to enjoy happy hour and constantly running to the bathroom...lol


Mom of 1 expecting girl 9/21/09
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Alcohol actually blocks inhibitors in your body that make your body feel the urge not to pee. That is why you have to pee so much. Alcohol is a diuretic which means that the water is pulled from the rest of your body and flows into your blood stream thus causing your body to release it through the excreted urine. It's actually very interesting how the kidney receptors work in your body and how alcohol and some drugs react causing you to urinate so much!


Bailey
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because your drinking too much


wayneholli
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you better be glad it does,, or else you will pay the consequences


Birdman
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because alcohol goes right through the lining of your stomach directly into your bloodstream.

the kidney then filters it out.

end result- pee.


VOTE THE SMART WAY! VOTE OBAMA!!
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Girl that is so true..... It seems like when I drink beer i run back and forth to the restroom.. It's kinda embarassing when it happens at the bar and you're in public.. But it's better to go and get it out for as many time as you have to rather than peeing on urself...


kash650
yup


Vanessa E
Alcohol is a diuretic, which means that it's a substance which increases the amount of urine output.

It's not the actual alcoholic drink which you pee out - what the alcohol does is inhibit a certain hormone which is involved in water retention.

Don't ask me how it does that LOL


Sandra W
Alcohol acts like a diuretic, like the drug Lasix does, causing you to use the bathroom more. That's why if you drink a lot, you get a hangover, it makes you dehydrated. Plus, your kidneys know it's a toxin and tries to rid your body of it a quickly as possible.


Mel
Its not that 'it goes through your system' faster. Alcohol kind of works as a diuretic (pulls water out of your body). That is also why even though you drank a whole bunch the night before you wake up the next day with a dry mouth. Essentially you are hung over because you are severely dehydrated and your electrolytes are off.


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