Women who eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables are likely to have fewer facial wrinkles than those who don’t, according to researchers at the Erasmus teaching hospital in Rotterdam.
For many British Punjabis, alcohol abuse is an open secret. Alcohol consumption is glamorised across different aspects of Punjabi culture and shame stops many seeking the help that they need.
The branch of the National Institutes of Health that studies alcohol abuse has not funded any new research by outside scientists specifically on the effects of alcohol advertising since its current director took over in 2014, according to a STAT analysis
An email exchange and an unusual meeting suggest a connection between an institute’s pursuit of industry support and the rejection of a grant application.
Recent data from the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR) shows that alcohol consumption is continuing to rise on Vancouver Island.
Alcohol and illicit drugs are to blame for one in every 20 deaths in Australia, according to new analysis by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
This report quantifies the health impact that alcohol and illicit drug use place on Australia, including as risk factors for other diseases and injuries. It estimates that alcohol and illicit drugs were collectively responsible for 6.7% of Australia’s dis
Ambulance crews were forced to attend more than 15,000 emergencies last year where alcohol was to blame.
Alcohol sales at Finnish restaurants and bars last year were just over one percentage point higher than in 2016, while retail sales slightly decreased during that period, according to preliminary figures from THL, Finland's National Institute for Health a
The Zambian government said on Wednesday that it will soon introduce a bill in parliament aimed at controlling alcohol consumption in the country.
Concerns have been raised that councils who put a lot of work into developing plans to address harmful drinking in their local patches could see their decisions overturned.
Alcoholic drinks should carry cigarette-style health warnings to tackle a lack of awareness about the link between booze and cancer, it’s been claimed.
A new study indicates that patients with alcohol-related liver cancer often do not live as long as patients with liver cancer that is not associated with alcohol consumption, mainly due to diagnoses at later stages.
Survival outcomes are worsened among patients with alcohol-related hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) compared with patients with non-alcohol-related HCC, primarily due to worse liver function and tumor characteristics at diagnosis, according to a study publi