Alcoholism 101The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that about 25% of adults aged 18 and over have excessively consumed alcohol at least once in the past year. It also indicates that alcohol is a factor in about nearly 50,000 deaths annually.
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: Excessive Alcohol Use Draining American EconomyExcessive alcohol use is draining the American economy, according to new research.
Report: 1 In 10 Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol, With Several BingingOne in 10 American pregnant women drink alcohol during their pregnancy, with several binge drinking, according to a new study.
Study: Binge Drinkers 'Less Intelligent'People who binge drink tend to lack intelligence, a new study finds.
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.
Study: Stimulating Animal Brain Cells Stops Binge DrinkingA new study has found that stimulating brain cells in rodents can be a way to change alcohol drinking behavior.
Study: College Binge Drinkers Happier Than Sober StudentsA new study presented during an annual meeting of the American Sociological Association has found that college students who engage in habitual binge drinking are more socially satisfied than those who do not.