Thursday, May 26, 2022

Alcohol

One alcoholic drink a day is associated with a reduction in brain size

Heavier drinking was linked with an even greater toll.

Non-alcoholic beer that tastes just like regular beer

It’s a game-changer for a non-alcoholic drink.

Alcohols show quantum effects

A new insight into the properties of liquid dielectrics.

Good news for wine and cheese lovers

The study indicates diet may help reduce cognitive decline.

Every week of lockdown increases binge drinking, study

Study participants who regularly drank at harmful levels shown to consume six drinks per session, compared to two alcoholic beverages for those less regular binge drinkers.

These 29 genetic variants are linked to problematic drinking

Problematic alcohol use—that is, heavy drinking, or drinking that is accompanied by unpleasant consequences—tends to increase as people go through late adolescence, peaking at...

People are more likely to choose non-alcoholic drinks if more of those drinks are available

A new study by the University of Bristol aimed to determine the impact of increasing the absolute and relative availability of non-alcoholic compared to...

Drinking during pregnancy linked to offspring depression

Past studies have suggested that babies exposed to alcohol in the womb have a higher risk of a variety of adverse outcomes. Other studies...

Wine glass size can influence the amount of wine drunk

Bigger the size of wine glasses, even without increasing the amount of wine, leads people to drink more, suggests a new study by the...

First known case of a woman who pees alcohol

A 61-year-old patient who presented with liver damage and poorly controlled diabetes visited the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre Presbyterian Hospital for placement on...

Parents can curb teen’s binge drinking and driving, study

Ongoing parental practices could be protective against binge drinking once teens' transition from high school into early adulthood.

This brain circuit is responsible for regulating alcohol consumption

Discovery could lead to a better understanding of why some casual drinkers develop an alcohol use disorder.

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