According to a new study, even moderate drinkers are more likely to develop brain changes that could lead to memory loss.
According to a new research, drinkers who live in the poor areas suffer from poor health as compared to wealthy drinkers because they are likely to have other harmful behaviors too. When drinking is combined with other behaviors such as smoking, followed by poor diet and excess weight, it can amplify the risk of alcohol-related conditions, as per the study.
The survey also found higher prevalence among the young in the profession while attributing the problem to stress and work culture in the profession.
The smoking and drinking rate in teens have fallen to an all-time low, a new study reported.
A new CDC report found that the majority of people who binge drink are not alcoholics.
Young adult men who binge drink frequently are at a greater risk of developing hypertension, a new study found.
A new study found that women who reported binge drinking during pregnancy increase their children's risk of mental health problems.
A new federal report calculated that one in 10 American adults die prematurely each year due to excessive drinking.
According to a new study, one night of heavy drinking did not affect rugby players' anaerobic performance the morning after.
One in 25 middle school kids binge drink, according to a new study.
For many of us college was a time of freedom, fun and fraternities. It's no secret that binge drinking is rampant among university students. The disastrous consequences associated with binge drinking like DUI and death makes alcohol on American campuses a public health concern that students and educators nationwide need to deal with.
In a new rat study, researchers found that stimulating brain cells stopped the rats from binge drinking.
Eating disorders are not just a girl thing. any people assume eating disorders very rarely affect males, but a new study of 5,527 teenage males reveals that one in five adolescent boys feel extremely concerned about their weight and physique. Researchers said that these boys were also significantly more likely to start engaging in risky behaviors like drug use and binge drinking.
A new survey reveals that more than a quarter of people are ruining their diets by drinking alcohol.
A new study reveals that more than 10 percent of women get drunk during pregnancy.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.