Answer: in drugs, there are things like nikotine that are VERY addicting, so watch out. many people think drugs can make them happy or make them high, or cool, but that is wrong. if you are thinking about doing drugs, dont. there are much better things in life to make you happy. try sports, art, and try to find your talents, and indulge them.dude your a dumt drugs do get you high but their still bad and also little kids need to stop answering these things its cal nicotine and its only in tobacco dumb idoit so get some research before you look it
Answer: Cholinergic drugs are also used in control of glaucoma, a disease that is caused by increased pressure inside the eye. The most common drugs used for this purpose are demecarium (Humorsol) and echthiophate (Phospholine iodide).
Answer: There are many drugs that can help control anxiety. Muscle relaxers, etc. But there are other ways to control anxiety rather than medicine. Try practicing thinking to yourself and tell the anxiety to go away. This always helped me...tell yourself "im young and healthy".
Answer: I believe 50/50. Some OTC drugs work better than Rx ones and vice versa. For high cholesterol I was taking a statin medication - after contracting drug reactions from statins, I switched (with doctors approval) to Niacin which is an OTC item. No ill effects anymore and my cholesterol readings are improving.
Answer: Loss of cell cycle control is typically an oncogenic process. For cancer to occur, the cells need to replicate beyond any normal physiological control. To answer your question, one factor that in important in controlling the cell cycle is p53. p53 is a checkpoint control in the G1 phase of the cell cycle. Defects in p53 cause a loss of cell cycle regulation and are considered an oncogenic transformation.
Answer: Reduce the simple carbohydrates in your diet, dramatically. Look for "Glycemic Index" information on the food you eat, and eliminate or nearly eliminate all the high GI foods. Then get a glucometer and follow whatever diet makes it possible for you to keep your blood sugar down to the points recommended here in the link below.
Answer: You lose weight when you burn more calories than you ingest. If the birth control pills are forcing you to overeat and underexercise, you might lose weight if you stop taking them. You could also try eating less and/or exercising more.