Scientists at the National Institute of Health are testing alcoholism cures with a pill, taken in a fake bar setting
The U.K. has published guidelines recommending the intake of Nalmefene: a pill designed to help curb alcoholism
A new CDC report on alcohol consumption in America has found that most heavy drinkers are wealthy young males
Research shows that alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking go hand in hand, but not when it comes to wine apparently
Where did your home state rank on the list of booziest US regions?
A Guinness-Inspired Holiday in Ireland Creates a Stir Amid Reports of Rising Alcoholism and Debauchery
Guinness is causing quite a stir in Ireland with their new holiday 'Arthur's Day.'
Study proposes that men drink when angry, while women suffer in the morning
Inmates at Idaho's Kuna facility have banded together to sue Anheuser-Busch, Coors, and more
A group of scientists analyzed all those crazy studies from the '60s