Black people may not receive the same health benefits from moderate alcohol consumption as white people, researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have suggested.
Japanese producer Suntory is telling women to drink themselves beautiful using a new beer laced with collagen – the protein linked to skin firmness.
Worms are being used by scientists to try and pinpoint a gene that could make people more susceptible to alcoholism.
A study has found “strong evidence” to suggest that coffee can help reduce the risk of liver cancer in people who drink three or more alcoholic beverages a day.
The Chinese are fast becoming the world’s biggest drinkers outpacing Brits, Americans and the Irish in terms of per capita consumption, new research has revealed.
Acid in wine can make teeth vulnerable to erosion “within minutes”, with professional wine tasters most at risk, according to new research.
A bar has apologised to a heavily pregnant women after staff refused to serve her a glass of wine, dividing opinion on what has been described as a “grey area” for bar staff.
A yeast engineered by scientists could increase the health benefits of wine and reduce its toxic byproducts, decreasing the risk of a hangover.
US scientists have pinpointed a protein in the brain that could hold a cure to alcoholism, suppressing the urge to continue drinking alcohol.
For most a bottle of wine or one too many beers is the common cause of feeling a bit worse for wear, but for one man it’s a plate of chips.
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