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Alcohol.org: “Mixing Alcohol with NSAIDs or Acetaminophen?” “Drinking Alcohol While on Antibiotics.”
American Association of Neurological Surgeons: “Concussion.”
American Heart Association: “Limiting Alcohol to Manage High Blood Pressure,” “Common High Blood Pressure Myths.”
Brainline.org: “Effects After a Concussion.”
CDC: “Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs),” “Breastfeeding.”
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology: “Alcohol is bad for blood pressure.”
Fertility Coalition: “Alcohol.”
Fertility Research and Practice: “Alcohol and fertility: how much is too much?”
Mayo Clinic: “Does drinking alcohol affect your blood pressure?” “Antidepressants and alcohol: What's the concern?” “What are the effects of drinking alcohol while taking antibiotics?” “I'm breast-feeding. Is it OK to drink alcohol?” “Female fertility: Why lifestyle choices count.”
National Alliance on Mental Illness: “Frequently Asked Questions: Can I drink alcohol while taking antidepressants?”
NHS: “Can I drink alcohol if I'm taking painkillers?” “Head Injury Symptoms: Alcohol,” “Can I drink alcohol if I'm taking antidepressants?” “Can I drink alcohol while taking antibiotics?”
Stroke Association: “Alcohol and stroke.”
Stroke Foundation: “Alcohol after stroke fact sheet.”
U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: “Is It OK To Drink After A Concussion?”
Williams College Student Health and Wellness Services: “Alcohol and Tylenol (or other pain relievers) Don't Mix.”
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