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A new study says the spike in mortality rates looks similar to that during ‘the height of the AIDS epidemic’
Alcohol: why do we drink it? People have been consuming alcohol for at least 10,000 years. And when drinking water was rather risky, alcohol seemed a much safer bet. Amaldus of Villanova, a 14th-century monk, even wrote that alcohol “prolongs life, clears away ill humors, revives the heart and maintains youth”.
The rate of poisoning in boys and young men less than half of that in girls and young women.
Alcohol-related traffic accidents likely will multiply by three as virtually all male Germans get jointly drunk
Researchers believe prayer can have a positive effect on those fighting addiction
The research reignites debates about whether evidence regarding the harms of legal highs are accurate and sufficient
In the UK, the lifetime risk of stomach cancer stands at one in 67 for men and one in 135 for women
The UK is slowly drying out but as a teetotaler, I can tell you our attitudes toward drink aren’t changing anytime soon
The addictive quality of a drug is measured by its effect on the body and the effects it has on society
With a student loan in hand and offers on drinks readily available, alcohol can affect young people more than they think
11-year-olds whose parents drink heavily are almost twice as likely to drink themselves than if parents are non-drinkers
5 quick tips on how to make sure you enjoy a night out as best as you can
Many unions now provide low-cost vegetables, run ethical lettings agencies and provide venues for academic groups
Sales of the national drink fell by 42 per cent last year, the lowest level in a decade, to 43.m litres
The 90-seat restaurant will only serve brews with its customisable gourmet burger