The problem with mommy wine culture is that it's perpetuated by us.
Graham Todd told Newsweek he began to realize alcohol was "ingrained in everything I did" and that needed to change.
"Raise your standards and throw this one back in," one Mumset user wrote after the poster revealed her partner is "drinking and smoking a lot" with an old pal.
According to a new study of alcohol consumption worldwide, young people are most at risk from alcohol-related health effects.
Containing probiotic bacteria, amino acids and vitamins, Myrkl's makers say taking two of their new pills before drinking will ease a hangover the next day.
Molson Coors told Newsweek that there was no food and health risk to the public, but said the product had failed to meet its quality standards.
It's time to help people feel free to open up about their struggles so that they can get help.
School officials justified the flogging of several students because it complied with Islamic Law, but the government launched an investigation into the incident.
Danielle Pierce, 24, from Texas, would spend more than $100 a week on booze, drinking wine, shots and cocktails. Then she went cold turkey, and the results were amazing.
"The top 10 percent of American drinkers — 24 million adults over age 18 — consume, on average, 74 alcoholic drinks per week," the "Washington Post" revealed, which averages to roughly 10 drinks a day.
if you do decide to binge-drink on St. Patrick's Day, call a cab or take public transit instead of driving home.
Meet the Alcohol Treatment Navigator, an online tool to help people determine if their drinking habits are unhealthy.
Now might be a good time to try Dry January.
A ballooning in the size of wine glasses over time means that we're gulping down a lot more vino with every serving.
Drinking spirits could be a bad move on Thanksgiving since new research shows it can make you feel aggressive.
The correlation between alcohol and failed relationships may be a biological one.
Research from Europe has found troubling new evidence about the dangers of alcohol.
It will cost the NHS an estimated £2 billion in treatments.
Fewer young people in the U.K. are consuming alcohol, but more research is needed into why that is.
Obesity begins at the point of purchase.