According to new research, the more alcohol you consume, the older your cells get.
This study would probably be both a good news and a good alibi for heavy drinkers and alcoholics.
Researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia have discovered that binge drinking and alcohol use are more damaging to the liver than scientists previously believed.
New findings published in the journal Pediatrics show that even a little amount of alcohol during pregnancy could be dangerous for the health of your future baby.
It turns out that a biomarker may determine whether you're a binge drinker or not.
A new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) shows that the rate of underage drinking has significantly dropped within a ten year period. The survey studied rates of binge drinking and underage consumption among 30,000 individuals between the ages of 12 to 2...
It turns out that a staggering number of people in the United States may suffer from alcohol use disorder.
While you may be drinking this New Year's, remember not to overdo it. Scientists have found that binge drinking in young, healthy adults significantly disrupts the immune system.
Heavy drinking as a teen may change a person's brain. Scientists have found that drinking during adolescence caused structural changes in the brain and memory deficits that persisted into adulthood in rats.
Scientists have found that excessive alcohol use accounts for one in 10 deaths among working-age adults between the ages of 20 to 64 in the United States.
Perhaps high school health class was right – binge drinking can seriously affect your health. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School found that just one episode of binge drinking can have serious effects.