The latest research shows that even the taste of beer is sufficient to activate the brain‘s pleasure circuits.
Researchers are exploring the possibility that convincing drinkers they had a bad experience with liquor — even if they didn’t — could lead them to drink less.
Breast cancer patients who raised a glass or two a week may even enjoy slightly longer lives than those who didn’t drink.
One of the more effective ways to reduce excessive drinking in college is also the most obvious — talk to freshman before they set foot on campus.
Having a drink (or two) is one way to nod off more quickly, but how restful is an alcohol-induced slumber?
Embarrassment over an excessive-drinking session doesn’t necessarily lead to more sobriety.
Diet mixers can make you more drunk than higher-calorie options
Revive, a hydration clinic, treats hangovers, cold and flu with IV fluids. But should just anyone get a drip?
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Wish you could be at Oktoberfest? Even if you can’t make it to the epic annual beer bash in Munich, Germany, that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate your favorite ale — or benefit your health in the process.
There’s no shortage of media coverage of drunken excess on college campuses. Just this week, the New York Times filled us in on how social media facilitates students’ expedient drinking and hooking up — so much so that …
Will allowing your child a sip of wine at an early age prevent him from engaging in dangerous drinking later? Probably not, but plenty of parents think so, finds a recent study.