Latest Health effects of wine Stories
Many studies have reported that the earlier the age at first drink (AFD) the higher the chances of that person developing later drinking-related problems.
Several studies have linked the newer types of birth control, which contain a man-made hormone known as drospirenone, with a higher risk of potentially fatal blood clots among women.
There's good news and bad news when it comes to drinking coffee. Good news comes from studies that show how that cup of joe can prevent various diseases including cancer.
In a study that’s bound to be popular with red wine drinkers, British researchers have found that resveratrol, a chemical found in the popular beverage, could reduce the risk of cancer.
Scientists from Brown University recently revealed in a study that women between the ages of 16 and 49 years of age had a high risk for various pollutants.
The purpose of this paper was to examine whether drinkers who consume lower-risk amounts on more frequent occasions have favorable risk factor profiles compared with those who drink more per occasion but less frequently.
A new study is suggesting that people who become injured and require hospitalization are more likely to live if they have alcohol in their system.
A new study from the University of Bristol and the University of Oxford recently showed that drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy could affect a child’s IQ level.
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