If you suffer from frequent heartburn you are more likely to develop cancers of the pharynx (throat) and larynx (vocal cord), and the risk is significant even in you don't smoke or drink.
Urban Outfitters' new line of drinking products that resemble prescription bottles is under fire for being insensitive.
Researchers report that teenagers in England might start drinking alcohol at earlier ages due to the lack of other activities.
Researchers discovered that ping pong balls used in beer pong contain over millions of bacteria, which include salmonella and listeria.
British scientists found that indulging in up to two units of alcohol each week during pregnancy will not harm the development of unborn babies.
Researchers report that aerobic exercises can help alleviate the damage heavy drinking does on the white matter region of the brain.
Researchers concluded that teenagers who develop strong relationships in middle school have better social skills later on in life.
Researchers found that college students changed their drinking patterns when parents talked about alcohol before school started.
Nearly 60 percent of people living in the United Kingdom want their spouses to lose weight.
Researchers found that an individual's response to alcohol can indicate his/her vulnerability in developing an addiction to it.
A new study has found that many teens who have sex after drinking a lot of alcohol tend to regret their actions later.
In case of people from the lower economic strata, poor mental health might result in their unusual behaviors and it is not vice versa, a recent study reported.
A new study suggests that easy accessibility to alcohol may be responsible for some people drinking too often. According to the study by researchers from Finland, having a bar close to one's house may encourage people to overindulge. The study that involved the follow-up of 55,000 Finnish adults for a span of 7 years, found that people who moved to localities with a bar close by, tended to start drinking more often. Apparently, for someone moving every one kilometer closer to the bar, the probability of them becoming heavy drinkers increased by 17 percent.
A new study suggests that binge drinking, a trend more commonly practiced by Young people these days could not only damage the brain within months, it could also turn social drinkers into alcohol abusers.
A new study suggests that some people residing in disadvantaged neighborhoods could be at more risk of problem drinking, although it could depend on their race and gender.
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.