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Many people are familiar with the uncomfortable morning-after symptoms of excessive drinking, commonly known as a hangover.
Moderate consumption of wine could be associated with a reduced risk of depression, according to a new study appearing in the latest edition of the journal BMC Medicine.
Here's a sobering fact for millions of young women heading back to school: The more alcohol they drink before motherhood, the greater their risk of future breast cancer.
Drinking alcohol before first pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of benign breast disease (BBD) and breast cancer, independent of drinking after first pregnancy.
Coffee consumption could help limit the progression of prostate cancer, as well as helping prevent the disease from recurring, experts from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center claim in a new study.
In the absence of other contributing factors, men between the ages of 48 and 60 are at moderate to severe risk of suffering a heart attack, according to new research appearing in the International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology.
Every day in the US, approximately 400 million cups of coffee are consumed, and for people under 55 years of age, drinking large amounts of coffee could be bad for your health.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that excessive alcohol use causes large economic burdens to states and the District of Columbia.
Pterostilbene, a key ingredient in the soon-to-be-released Pure Prodigy, has been shown to be a powerful neuromodulator in aging and Alzheimer’s disease. Houston,
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