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How Bad Are the Effects of Alcohol and Binge Drinking When You're Young?
But Mom, everybodyyyy's doing it
Why Does One Person Always Get Too Drunk at the Office Holiday Party?
The scientific explanation for those mortifying moments at the annual company soirée.
Why Your Brain Always Says Yes to a Second Drink
Yes, you can blame your brain for that hangover.
The One-Day Cleanse Hangover Cure
Erase the sins of overindulgence with an easy 24-hour plan that promises to reset your body—no juices necessary.
Powdered Alcohol Set to Hit Shelves This Summer
"Palcahol" just received federal approval, despite some major concerns. Here's what you need to know.
8 Signs You're Drinking Too Much Alcohol
Love a social cocktail...or three? Find out if your casual boozy nights are turning into a serious problem.
Why You Should Quit Drinking for One Month
The health benefits are seriously worth it.
How to Stay Healthy on New Year's Eve—and Beyond
Your immune system will thank you.
Is Everything You Knew About the Health Benefits of Booze Wrong?
This factor could be preventing you from enjoying the perks of that evening glass of wine!
The Science Behind Why We Binge
Whether it's eating, drinking, or shopping, learn what's causing your can't-stop-won't-stop behavior and how to take control.
What to Eat, Drink, and Do to Cure a Hangover
A handy guide for preventing and dealing with horrible hangovers
Binge Drinking on the Rise: How Much Is Really Too Much?
Binge drinking is on the rise. But what are the health risks for those who drink two to three drinks a day but don't binge drink?
'Freshman 15' Weight Gain a Myth, Study Says
Good news for all the college-bound readers out there: The 'freshman 15' weight gain might not be real. Find out more here.
The Cost of Binge Drinking and 'Drunkorexia'
Having a drink every now and again is one thing, but binge drinking? Well, that's another. And two new reports out about binge drinking paint a pretty worrisome picture.
Study Finds We Drink More — Not Less — During Bad Economic Times
According to a study published in Health Economics, the latest economic recession has brought about increased alcohol consumption, including problem drinking such as binge drinking and driving under the influence.
Women Drinking More and More Often, Study Finds
Women are closing the gap with men when it comes to drinking—and that's not a good thing.