Psoriasis drug could be used to help people stop drinking alcohol
A medicine for the flaky skin condition psoriasis could be used to treat alcohol dependence. People with alcohol use disorders (AUD) who took the drug significantly cut their alcohol intake, a small trial has found.
AUD are generally treated using various forms of therapy group counselling sessions such as those in Alcoholics Anonymous’s Twelve Steps programme. However, people often relapse.
Recent studies have shown that people are more likely to drink too much if they …