Drinking five or six days a week, compared with drinking daily, can reduce your chance of developing cirrhosis of the liver, a recent study has claimed.
A synthetic alcohol that can replicate the sensation of feeling ‘tipsy’, but without causing a hangover, has been developed by a London scientist.
Nearly half of American adults put their health at risk by mixing alcohol with medication, according to a recent study.
A single serving of wine or beer per day in middle age massively reduces the risk of heart failure, a study of around 15,000 drinkers suggests.
Professionals who work more than 48 hours a week are 11% more likely to abuse alcohol, a study carried out by Finnish researchers suggests.
Special Brew could have its abv slashed following a pledge by Carlsberg to withdraw any single-serve cans containing more than four units of alcohol.
Doctors are urging the UK government to introduce a 50p minimum unit price for alcohol to tackle the country’s “impact of excessive alcohol consumption”.
Britain’s booziest regions have been mapped using alcohol sales data for the first time, revealing a contrasting picture of consumption across the UK.
Counting the calories after an indulgent festive period? This selection of low-cal wines could help maintain your virtue.
The UK drinks trade has reached its target to remove one billion units of alcohol from the market by the end of 2015 ahead of schedule.
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