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Unlike chocolate chip cookies or tomato soup, the invention of bread can't be pinned down to a single person or people; instead, it evolved to its present state over the course of millennia.
A new study finds drinking alcohol is linked with an increase risk of PMS. But experts are cautious about the findings.
U.S. adults consume more than 17 billion alcoholic drinks during binges each year. But how did researchers calculate this?
Humans are still evolving… but before toasting to that, know this: Some of the genetic changes may make hangovers worse, a new study finds.
Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may not make people live longer, despite the findings of a massive study of retirees.
Drinking alcohol can cause damage to DNA that can lead to an increase in cancer risk, according to a new study done in animals.
From drinking clear drinks to taking ancient herbal remedies, there are several ways to avoid a hangover after New Year's revelry.
This holiday season, will you view the glass as half full or half empty? Well, that might depend on the size of the glass.
The holidays are full of tasty treats and festive cocktails — but instead of Christmas cheer, some alcoholic beverages may cause other, less pleasant feelings, a new study from England suggests.