Resource #23 - Harmful Interactions: Mixing Alcohol with Medicines
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Harmful Interactions: Mixing Alcohol with Medicines
This pamphlet lists medications that can cause harm when taken with alcohol and describes the effects that can result. The list gives the brand name by which each medicine is commonly known (for example, Benadryl®) and its generic name or active ingredient (in Benadryl®, this is diphenhydramine). The list presented here does not include all the medicines that may interact harmfully with alcohol. Most important, the list does not include all the ingredients in every medication.
2007
Originally 2003; revised 2007.
 
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NIH Publication No. 07–5329
5.5" x 8"
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•   Miscellaneous
•   Alcohol
•   Drug Abuse
•   Prevention
 
•   English
•   Alcohol
•   Over-the-Counter Drugs
•   Prescription Drugs
•   General Audience
•   Health Professionals
•   Older Adults
Related Resources
•   Harmful Interactions: Mixing Alcohol with Medicines (Spanish)
•   Harmful Interactions Sheet