"Given that the entire experimental 'intervention' was a one-off session that lasted around an hour, this level of effect was pretty striking," a co-author of the study told "Newsweek."
"My mind was blown," a co-author of the study told Newsweek of the finding.
Fred Trump Jr. died in 1981 after battling alcohol addiction. He was under pressure to abandon dreams of being a pilot to join the Trump Organization.
"It's like I can't drink, you know? Because the minute I drink one or two, I want the whole bottle."
"I was very difficult to work with ... because I was usually hungover."
Scientists believe even drinking in moderation can have a negative affect on how the body generates energy.
The men reportedly failed their alcohol blood tests, asked for a 30-minute break, then returned with an even higher concentration of booze in their systems.
Washington has performed the works of William Shakespeare, August Wilson, Lorraine Hansberry and now—arguably the toughest of them all—O'Neill.
The drug has also been eyed to treat depression and PTSD.
Meet the Alcohol Treatment Navigator, an online tool to help people determine if their drinking habits are unhealthy.
Alcosynth, a non-toxic alcohol alternative, could be the drink of choice by Western consumers in as little as 10 to 20 years.
The natural, plant-based substance may be even more therapeutic than mushrooms and LSD.
A study shows surge customers drink faster from bigger glasses.
The Ministry of Trade is reportedly working on loosening regulation to raise tax revenue.
It's time for Americans to adopt a European-style culture of drinking that promotes responsibility and civilized sobriety.
Teetotalers like Trump are often control freaks, hyper-competent, shockingly honest and suffused with rage.
Poison control centers are reporting a rise in the number of calls involving young people who ingest the antibacterial gel to get drunk.
But only 20 percent of those get treatment.
A letter published in the Lancet Psychiatry Journal has claimed that psychedelic drugs are safer than currently thought.
A new drug lets you drink without becoming a drunk.
The patient spent 18 hours a day wearing the glasses, removing them only to sleep and bathe.
A new pill, Nalmefene, lets drinkers choose the times of year when they want to abstain and the times when they don't