Some children aren't drinking enough fluids, according to recent findings published in the American Journal of Public Health, leaving them dehydrated and potentially subsceptible to other illnesses.
New findings published in the journal Sleep and presented Wednesday at the 29th annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies LLC reveal that sleep problems as well as energy products may ultimately contribute to a teen's risk of drinking alcohol.
It turns out that a staggering number of people in the United States may suffer from alcohol use disorder.
New findings published in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging reveal that having more than two drinks a day could lead to significant heart damage in older adults.
Consuming caffeine drinks semi-regularly might not be a bad idea.
It's not exactly science that coffee is more likely to spill than a latte. Why? Well, because lattes have more foam. Coffee does not. However, findings published in the journal Physics of Fluid go in depth about why that is.