The review found that the methodology of many previous studies was flawed and that risk of myriad health problems increased significantly after less than two drinks a day for women and after three for men.
A recent study suggested the use of a decades-old medicine taken before imbibing could reduce the amount of alcohol consumed.
You may want to extend that Dry January: Even moderate drinking can impact your long-term health, experts say. Here’s what you need to know about alcohol’s effect on your body.
Recent research makes it clear that any amount of drinking can be detrimental. Here’s why you may want to cut down on your consumption beyond Dry January.
Products claiming to ward off that morning-after agony are flooding the market. Do they deliver?
Consuming alcohol can mess with your emotions the next day by causing stress hormones to spike and sleep to be disrupted overnight.
Researchers said the results offered promise to the millions of Americans with alcohol use disorder.
Several psychedelic drugs are touted as effective treatments for drug and alcohol abuse. But psilocybin combined with therapy is emerging as the most effective.
Not drinking for a month sounded easy enough. But for some, Omicron changed those plans.
Spoiler: It doesn’t work (until she stops trying).