Mice that were given energy drinks along with alcohol had changes in their brains similar to those seen in mice given cocaine.
Visits to the emergency room for alcohol intoxication have increased by more than 50 percent over the past decade, a new study finds.
Heavy drinking causes brain changes that make you want to drink more. But using a virus to deliver a gene into specific neurons in the brain may be a way to mitigate those changes.
Across the world, women now consume nearly as much alcohol as men, according to a new study.
The hops found in beer not only add flavor, but also may lessen the damaging effects of alcohol on the liver, a new study in mice suggests.
A drink called "alcosynth" is being touted as a hangover-free version of synthetic alcohol. But what's in it, and is it really safe to drink?
A new drug may benefit people with alcohol addiction, particularly those who are experiencing high levels of stress, a new study suggests.
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