The number of years spent in education has been found to affect an individual's drinking behaviour.
Spending years in education not only adds to one's wisdom and knowledge but might have an impact on an individual's drinking behaviour.
Even one or two shots of alcohols on special occasions during pregnancy are harmful, claim researchers.
President Donald Trump said on Monday upcoming talks about France’s tax on the revenues of big technology firms would determine whether the United Sta...
Wine preferences reveal a lot about an individual's personality traits, a recent study has claimed.
A recent study has found that tannin structure, concentration, and interactions with saliva and other wine components influence the perception of dryn...
A recent study talks about how the people who do not consume alcohol suffer because of the decisions and recklessness of those who do consume alcohol.
The study shows that moderate alcohol consumption- seven to 13 drinks per week- substantially raises one's risk of high blood pressure.
A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that consuming one to two drinks four or more times per week increases th...
Lifestyle factors such as increased consumption of alcohol can exacerbate the risk of acquiring CAD, especially those with a family history of the con...
May it be a sneaky packet of chips with a glass of wine or a chocolate biscuit with a cuppa, chances are you know you would be better off sans the ext...
According to the study, For lower strength alcohol products to reduce consumption, consumers will need to select them in place of equal volumes of hig...
All the party-goers, this Christmas you can add some Spanish touch to your cafes and pubs hopping.
You would have probably heard that red wine is good for health, right? And now here's another reason to raise a toast as according to an expert, it ca...
People fit into one of four different wine-drinking preference categories, better known as vinotypes.
According to the study, alcohol consumption, even at moderate levels, is associated with increased risk of adverse brain outcomes and steeper decline...
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