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Articles related to alcohol

Browse: Alcohol Doesn’t Dull the Minds of Older Men
Older men who consume alcohol excessively are not more likely to suffer from cognitive impairment in later life, according to research reported in Neurology.
Feature: How Much Fluid Do You Really Need After Exercise?
The science behind rehydration following strenuous exercise is often lost in market hype.
Browse: Can the “Love Hormone” Protect Against Addiction?
Addictive behaviour such as drug and alcohol abuse could be associated with poor development of the so-called “love hormone” system in our bodies during early childhood, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide.
Browse: Lab Accident Cuts the Cost of Addiction Drugs
A laboratory accident has shown the way to cheaper production of opiates used to treat heroin and alcohol addiction.
Browse: Alcohol Availability Makes Sexual Assault More Likely Browse: Do Energy Drinks Mixed with Alcohol Increase Risk-taking?
Browse: Alcohol-Related Crashes Are Less Likely Near Pubs Eureka!: Beer Can Be Good For Burns
A case study documents the use of beer as a rehydration fluid for a burns patient.
Expert Opinion: Is Sugar as Toxic as Alcohol?
Experts evaluate a commentary published in Nature* arguing that added sweeteners pose dangers to health that justify controlling them like alcohol.
Online Feature: Powdered alcohol, seriously? A health risk we don't need
What are the potential dangers of the marketing of alcohol in powdered form?
Browse: Alcohol Sponsorship Increases Binge Drinking by Athletes