Millions of Americans fall prey to IPV every year; about 85 percent of the total IPV victims are women according to Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Ridding television advertisements of tobacco content is certainly a step in the right direction when it comes to influencing America's youth. However, a new study shows that teens may be seeing even more drinking adds than before, which can lead to confusion and temptation with the drug.
A new study finds that women who drink alcohol before pregnancy may be less likely to take multivitamins.
A study conducted by Hollis Karoly, a doctoral student in CU-Boulder's psychology and neuroscience department, links aerobic exercise with less damage to white matter in the brain among heavy alcohol drinkers.
A new study shows that drinking beverages that taste like beer but do not contain alcohol can trigger a dopamine release in the brain that is commonly associated with drinking and other drug abuse, according to Indiana University School of Medicine researchers.
A latest study conducted by a team of U.S. researchers suggest that hops, a key ingredient in beer that helps in preserving it and gives it a distinctive flavor, could actually help in yielding new drugs to treat diseases like diabetes, cancer and other maladies.