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Study: Alcohol Intake Peaks At 25Alcohol intake peaks in early adulthood, a new study finds.
Study: Drinking More During Midlife Raises Stroke RiskDrinking more during middle age can increase your risk of a stroke, a new study finds.
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: It's OK To Give Young Kids A Sip Of Your BeerA young child sipping their parents' alcoholic beverage is not an indicator of drinking problems later in life, say researchers.
Study: 1 In 10 Deaths Among Working-Age Adults Due To Excessive Drinking According to a new study, one in 10 deaths among working-age adults is due to excessive alcohol.
Study: Middle-Class Women More Likely To Drink During PregnancyThe findings of a recent study suggest that middle-class mothers-to-be are more likely to imbibe alcohol while pregnant than women from any other economic tier.
Troopers: Ex-Golfer Had Been Drinking Before CrashA state trooper's report indicates former Auburn and LPGA player Danielle Downey had been drinking the night she died in a single-car accident.
The 5 Countries With The Most Expensive Beer In The WorldCheck out the 5 countries with the most expensive beer in the world.
Study: Regular Alcohol Drinkers Have Increased Risk Of Developing Skin CancerA new study has found that regular alcohol drinkers have an increased risk of developing skin cancer.

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