Study: Going Alcohol-Free For A Month Could Add Years Of Better HealthSaying "hold the booze" for a month could add years of increased health later in life, according to a new study.
Study: Best Way To Avoid Hangovers Is Not To Drink AlcoholCanadian and Dutch researchers found no one is immune to hangovers and eating or drinking water doesn't help with the severity of one.
Study: Alcohol Intake Peaks At 25Alcohol intake peaks in early adulthood, a new study finds.
Study: People Look More Attractive After 1 Drink, But Not 2People look good after a drink but not two, a new study finds.
Study: Binge Drinkers 'Less Intelligent'People who binge drink tend to lack intelligence, a new study finds.
Study: Alcohol May Help Elderly Women Live LongerIn a recent study out of London, alcohol was shown to help women over the age of 65 live longer lives
CDC: 1 In 3 Adults Drink Excessively, But Not AlcoholicsOne third of adults drink excessively but are not alcoholics, says a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
When Does One Glass Of Wine Become One Glass Too Many?It's the way many women relax at the end of a busy day: having a nice glass of wine. But, when does when one glass become one glass too many?
Father Accused Of Forcing Teen Son To Drink Alcohol Until He Passed Out To Teach Him A LessonA father is accused of forcing his teenage son to drink alcohol until he passed out.
Study: Light Drinking Of Alcohol Not Good For HeartA new study's results say not drinking at all is always a healthier option than light drinking; a stark contradiction to past research.
#Trending In Entertainment: Shia LaBeouf Again, Meshach Taylor Dies, And Robert Downey Jr.'s Son Gets ArrestedThis week a child star is in trouble (again), a beloved actor passes away, and an A-lister’s son may be following in his father’s footsteps, but not in a good way.
Study Finds High Number Of Deaths Linked To Excessive DrinkingA new study from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) finds excessive drinking accounts for nearly 1 in 10 deaths.