The study indicated that binge-drinking of alcohol around the world has been on a steady uptick since 1990s and will increase further till 2030 when an average person is estimated to consume 7.6 litres of ...
A new research confirmed that if the parents suffered from alcohol use disorder, it could negatively impact the children's brain transitions.
A new study explores the correlation between working too much and excess alcohol - but equally important is how well integrated you are in the workplace and the pattern of your working hours.
Even moderate drinking is linked to brain damage and a slight decline in mental skills, according to a latest study.
Some studies suggest that drinking alcohol leads to lowering of levels of important vitamins and minerals. Consuming these food can fill up for the lost nutrients.
Between 2005 and 2015, the number of deaths due to diarrhoea decreased by 34.3 per cent among children younger than 5 years.