Tag: Alcohol

If you Drink Alcohol, You Might Suffer From Cancer!

A new study conducted by researchers from University of Houston says that drinking alcohol might enhance the levels of cancer causing gene, thereby leading...
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Not Only Alcohol, Even High Salt Intake Can Damage Liver!

In a study that was published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers have found that high intake of salt causes damage...

Sweet and alcohol preferences are regulated by a liver hormone: study

Findings of a study conducted recently are suggesting that a hormone produced by the liver is capable of reducing alcohol and sweet cravings in...

Gender gap in alcohol consumption is diminishing: Study

A new study conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) is suggesting that drinking habits of American men and women...

Happy Hours! Comet Lovejoy releasing alcohol, sugar to spread life across solar system

According to fresh observations made by a team of international scientists, Comet Lovejoy is currently releasing large quantities of alcohol and sugar into space....

You can drink water but you can’t prevent Hangover, says study

A new study has concluded that drinking water may not help to prevent hangover; according to the study, the only way we can avoid...

Women Beware: One drink per day increases risk of alcohol related cancers

Researchers have found that light drinking results only in a minimal rise in the risk of all cancer types; however, it significantly increases breast...

Lager Beer yummy taste is because of DNA sequencing of hybrid yeast

Lager beer is loved by people across the globe. Beer aficionados know that the main factor that separates lager and ale is the kind...

Successful aging people are at greater risk of harmful drinking: Study

According to a new study published in the online journal BMJ Open, 50 plus individuals who are healthy, highly educated, sociable and active are...

People with blue eyes and alcoholism linked, study finds

Scientists have succeeded in acquiring evidence, which indicate that there are genetic links between eye color and risk of developing alcoholism. According to a...

Chimps get DRUNK on alcoholic sap, study finds

A new study published in the Royal Society Open Science has concluded that after a 17-year research period that chimpanzees like to get drunk....

Binge drinking soars by 36% amongst women, affecting hippocampus functioning

In a recent study published in the widely read journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, scientists have revealed that binge drinking may increase the...

Distilling recipe from 170 year old preserved beer

Scientists are now trying to determine just how old beers were made. Even more curious, those same scientists – as well as some breweries...

Workaholics tends to become heavy drinkers

Little fun amidst loads of work can gift you a healthy life. Being a workaholic may help to have a plump wallet but in...

Champagne bubbles can light up your home, scientists say

Champagne bubbles have been given a proper explanation by scientists after a recent study was released. The study showed that champagne bubbles, or bubbles...

Robin Thicke’s drug and alcohol abuse blamed for Paula Patton split

While many assumed that Paula Patton had left Robin Thicke over claims he was cheating on her, it has now been revealed that this...

Drinking more Alcohol could lead to worse Heart health, research finds

While the resveratrol in a glass of wine can benefit your ticker, other alcohol doesn't have the same heart benefits, data from the London...

Study finds correlation between alcohol ads and underage drinking

A new study has found a correlation between underage teenage drinkers' favorite brands of alcohol and advertisements for those same brands in magazines. This...

Alcohol leading killer in the United States

Want to live a long life? Better lay off the booze. According to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

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