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A preliminary study found that drinkers of malt liquors and high-alcohol beers like Steel Reserve were more prevalent in the emergency room than drinkers of regular beers.
As a class, people who don't drink at all have a higher mortality risk than light drinkers.
While alcohol, with all of its benefits and ills, has been around for most all of human history, a new study reports it is now the third leading cause of both disease and injury worldwide.
Alcohol consumption in the UK may be much higher than previously thought, with as many as 75 percent of Britons drinking more than the recommended daily limit. And many of these people are likely consuming dangerous levels of alcohol, with the drinking habits of women easily matching those of men.
A new study tackles the advancing and preventable epidemic of binge drinking by high school aged girls and young women.
A new study examining the effects of binge-drinking in rodents suggests that people who throw back a few drinks every couple of days may swiftly reduce their ability to control their alcohol intake.
Some people living in disadvantaged neighborhoods may be at increased risk of problem drinking—though much may depend on race and gender.
A new study suggests that students may engage in binge drinking as an extension of their happiness, as opposed to an act of desperation or depression.
Researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine found that those who drink in moderation have a better overall score of quality of life than those who do not drink alcohol at all.
Data from a nationally representative sample of 5,404 community-dwelling Canadians ages 50 and older at baseline (1994/1995) was used to estimate the effects of alcohol drinking patterns on quality of life when subjects were aged 50 years and after a follow-up period.
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