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Alcohol withdrawal (diseases)

Alcohol withdrawal is typically associated with alcoholics, but any heavy and regular drinker who suddenly decides to stop drinking may experience at least mild alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol withdrawal is the body’s way of adjusting to a substance that had at one point been chronically present in the bloodstream and is more...

Alcoholism (diseases)

Alcoholism is typically considered either a form of dependence or a form of abuse. Alcoholics who are dependent tend to use alcohol to function, to get through their day, and often don’t appear to be inebriated. Alcoholics who abuse alcohol drink too much, and too often, and vary their behavior. more...



Aldesleukin is a drug used in preventing the spread of cancer of the skin and kidney. A research is ongoing to determine if the drug is capable of treating other diseases such as HIV infections, leprosy, acute myelogenous leukemia and non-Hodgkin’s lympho more...

Brand name(s): Proleukin,

Allergic reactions (diseases)

Allergic reactions can range from mild to life threatening, and can be brought on by anything that a particular body does not recognize as “suitable” or “friendly” to the body. Substances known as allergens instruct the body to attempt either expel the allergen or to shut off specific functions to more...



Almotriptan, also known by the trade names of Axert and Almogran, belongs to a class of drugs called 5-HT1 agonists. It is a drug that eases the pain connected with migraine by narrowing the swelling blood vessels around the brain. This medicine is mostly more...

Brand name(s): Eletriptan, Axert,