People usually resort to a lot of things to keep that young look and until now, alcohol consumption was not part of all that.
A high alcohol intake has been associated with heightened risk of human papillomavirus infection among men, according to a new study.
Counseling techniques used to help young people overcome drinking problems might have limited benefit, suggests a new study.
Drinkaware, UK's leading alcohol education charity has launched a new lifestyle app that helps people monitor their alcohol consumption and set goals to cut back if necessary.
A son's vulnerability for alcohol use, later in life could be shaped by a father who regularly drinks to excess, a new study has suggested.
Alcohol consumption moderately can boost the immune system and subsequently can improve the ability to fight infections, a new study has found.
Fictional spy character, James Bond has been scientifically proven an alcoholic. The study performed by BMJ researchers and scientists figured out that the British spy knocked off between 65 to 92 units per week.
Concerned that your child may one day turn into a heavy drinker? New research finds a correlation between children's behavior and their drinking habits as teens.
Doctors apparently have a hard time spotting drinking problems unless a patient turns up drunk, a study reveals. The study says that if patients are not already intoxicated, GPs on an average can only detect 40 percent of cases of problem drinkers. For the study, an overview of 39 previous studies was conducted by Leicester University researchers, which involved 20,000 patients.
New research has revealed that concussions and even lesser head impacts may speed up the brain's natural aging process.
According to a latest study, alcohol is the social icebreaker. Researchers have found that moderate amount of alcohol when consumed in social groups, helps people boost their emotions and enhances social bonding. Also, it can reduce negative emotions or at least reduce the display of it by being silent in a group.
Alcohol consumption is the third largest reason for the factor responsible for onset of various diseases and in spite of that, there are only three FDA approved drugs available to treat Alcohol dependence.
Researchers have looked at a series of coordinated strategies that address alcohol availability, alcohol policy enforcement and drinking norms that can help colleges and their communities protect students from the harms of high-risk drinking.
According to a team of Harvard researchers, men diagnosed with prostate cancer are less likely to die from the disease than from largely preventable conditions such as heart disease.
University at Buffalo researchers have found a link between the consumption of caffeinated energy drinks mixed with alcohol and casual, risky sex among college-age adults.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.