London, June 10 (ANI): Drinking more than just two pints of beer a year heightens the risk of cancer, scientists have revealed.
Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, the chairman of the Alcohol Health Alliance, said that the risks of
Researchers claim that beer even without its alcoholic content has a similar effect on the human brain and triggers dopamine in the same way drugs and other alcoholic drinks do. Using positron emission tomography (PET), the
Drinking at social events is an acceptable norm now a days. Be it office parties, behind the curtains, at sit-down dinners or house-warming - there are rarely any parties or social events which do not have alcoholic beverages
Alcohol might just be good for you. A new research has found that a pint of beer or a small glass of wine, may go a long way in keeping you healthy. Researchers say that a diet consisting of alcohol three times a week may prove
Men and women who enjoy a pint are 60 percent more likely to sleep with someone early in a relationship, statistics show. This applies to both gay and straight people, according to Christian Rudder, a Harvard graduate who set up
Beer guzzlers and drinkers have always know this one. Now a study has made it official...scientists say that drinking some beer before solving brain teasers can help you do better than those who attempt the riddles in a sober
Drinking beer is not the main cause of a "beer belly" although it can contribute to overall fatness, scientists have revealed. A team from Germany analysed the weight as well as the hip and waist measurements of nearly 20,000
A beer belly or potbelly is the urban term to describe abdominal or central obesity. It’s an eyesore and extremely difficult to camouflage. Usually men have a beer gut although women too can have one, though the chances are
Drinking alcohol releases endorphins in areas of the brain that produce feelings of euphoria.
Endorphins are compounds produced naturally in the brain, triggered by exercise, consumption of spicy food, love and orgasm, producing
Ever wondered why some reformed alcoholics manage to remain sober and others relapse. It seems like there is a force more powerful than will power at play here.
Scientists have identified a particular variant of a gene