Health officials are to review the government’s drinking guidelines, as research linking moderate drinking to cancer leads to increased pressure from medics.
A component found in the skins of red grapes could be used to treat depression by reducing inflammation of the brain, a US study has suggested.
A powdered food brand has launched in the UK that aims to change the way people consume, treating food as fuel rather than one of life’s great pleasures.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in the skin of red grapes, has been found to reduce weight gain by turning “white” fat into calorie-burning “brown” fat.
Underage and binge drinking rates among young people in America are falling, according to a US government study, mirroring similar trends in the UK.
The number of alcohol-specific hospital admissions of young people has dropped by 40% in the last six years, according to figures released by Public Health England.
Over half of middle-aged Brits don’t want advice on how to moderate their drinking and typically drink more than their younger counterparts.
Drinking two or more alcoholic beverages daily may damage the heart of elderly people, according to research in an American Heart Association journal.
A 110-year-old man, thought to be the oldest living person in the US, says drinking a can of beer everyday is the secret to living a long life.
While not normally considered part of a healthy diet, scientists have discovered that the sugars found in Tequila may beneficial to weight-loss and treating diabetes.
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