17 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Mathew Hogg, the British resident, suffers from a very unusual problem called 'auto-brewery syndrome'. In this no matter what he drinks or eat gets converted into alcohol, keeping him in a tipsy condition the whole time. According to him, it's not a very good feeling.
02 Jun 2015
London: Eat ginger and stay hydrated to get over your hangover naturally. A nutritionist doles out tips on how one can remain fine after a few drinks:
04 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Delhi government is contemplating to bring down the legal drinking age for beer from the existing 25 to 21 years, with the Excise Department preparing a proposal in this regard.
15 Apr 2015
New York: Smokers will not believe this but nicotine exposure actually promotes alcohol dependence, says a research.In lab experiments, the researchers also found that the combination of nicotine and alcohol activated a unique group of neurons, giving positive reinforcement to continue alcohol and nicotine use."It is a vicious cycle.
21 Apr 2015
New York: Men infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS need fewer drinks to feel the effects of alcohol than uninfected men, says a new study.
16 Apr 2015
Jakarta: Indonesia on Thursday banned small retailers from selling beer, despite an outcry from the booze industry and in tourism hotspots over the Muslim-majority country's latest offensive against drinking.
04 Apr 2015
London: Alcohol dependent patients die about 7.6 years earlier on average than hospital patients without a history of alcohol addiction, warns a new study.
28 Apr 2015
Melbourne: A smartphone app has been designed to help people reduce their dependence on alcohol. The app diagnoses your drinking habits and measures how healthy, risky or dangerous they may be.
28 Jul 2012
Scientists have reported yet another reason, besides possible liver damage, stomach bleeding and other side effects, to avoid drinking alcohol while taking certain medicines. The new report describes laboratory experiments in which alcohol made several medications up to three times more available to the body, effectively tripling the original dose.