Conversely, communities that profit massively from the drugtrade strongly oppose detoxification -- theirleft-wing rhetoric is "curious".)Thankfully, cheap detoxification is becomingmore available, but for decades, an addict would have to waitmonths; this satisfies me that neither the "liberal" nor the "conservative" politicians really wanted criminals/addicts off the streets.
Of course, this also applies in the much-described "intimate partner violence"situation -- today, most victims escape before being murderedthanks to the attention that the syndrome is (rightly) receiving.
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It is easy to recognize politically-motivated, futile escalation(remember Vietnam?), war-profiteering, or how the current policy ofensuring that drugs generatecrime (and crime-profits) serves politics-at-its-worst for both right-wingersand left-wingers.
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However, the effect vanishes if the woman also drinks a glass of milk each day, and this finding makes me think that some other variable, not coffee drinking, is the cause.
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Of course it wasconsidered a drug menace when it became popular in Europe in the late 17thcentury; England's Charles II tried to ban it without success, and Bach'sCoffee Cantatadescribes a 1730's father's effort to rescue his daughter from coffee-drinking, only to discoverthat the new beverage is in fact safe and delightful.
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In another NIH study, only extreme caffeine abuse (as evidencedby massively-high serum paraxanthine levels) was any risk for fetal loss (NEJM 341: 1639, 1999).
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In fact, the first question you ask a person who reports the heart doing single flipflopsis have the increased their caffeine intake -- caffeine is the most important casue ofoccasional ventricular ectopic beats (Am.
Take your questions here first.
The Dutch found that women drinking more than six "caffeine units" per day (seems like a lot)tended to have smaller babies -- real effect or confouding variables (Am.
Perhapsit'll be you who makes the next great discovery!
When a patient says they are having palpitations (i.e., they're aware of their heartbeat, which may be slow-regular, fast-regular, or irregular), ask about caffeine use (Lancet 341: 1254, 1993); however, even in the setting of an acute myocardial infarct, these rhythm problems are very unlikely to be dangerous (Heart & Lung 21: 365, 1992).