Short-term effects of alcohol consumption include slurred speech, vomiting and headaches, and long-term effects of alcohol consumption include liver disease, nerve damage and ulcers. The effects of alcohol consumption de... More »

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Wood alcohol, or methanol, is a poisonous ingredient that is often found in paint remover, according to The New York Times. It is also known as methyl alcohol. More »

Alcohol abuse is any use of alcohol that negatively impacts personal responsibilities, whether at work, school or home, as defined by Psychology Today. Alcohol use is also considered abuse when it leads to people placing... More »

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Some long-term effects of using Excedrin are gastrointestinal issues, nausea, headaches and feeling jittery, according to Everyday Health. Excedrin use can also lead to overdose if taken in large quantities, causing side... More »

Excessive consumption of alcohol over the long haul can lead to such conditions as high blood pressure, digestive issues, liver disease, stroke, various types of cancer, neurological issues, social problems and alcoholis... More »

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Common side effects of Type 2 diabetes include impaired vision, blindness, kidney failure, ulcers and nerve damage, according to Healthline. Diabetic retinopathy, or scars on the retina due to diabetes, are a result of h... More »

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Smoking catnip cannot get humans high; at most, it can cause headaches and vomiting, notes Francie Diep for Popular Science. There is a theory that humans are unable to feel the effects of catnip because they lack the sa... More »

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