Cancer is the primary cause of death in Japan. Researchers found the more a person drank, the more likely they were to develop cancer.
"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.
The collaboration between the famous beer and chocolate companies will be released mid-October and will be available in select states.
Researchers found that toxins in U.S. waterways could equate to four cases of cancer in a lifetime for every 100,000 U.S. citizens. However, some experts question these claims.
Four Loko, which has a lofty reputation for getting customers inebriated with its monster-sized malt drink, is entering the hard seltzer game.
United released a memo telling its pilots to cut themselves off at least 12 hours before flying. The FAA standard is eight hours before flying.
Ten states still allow dry counties.
The man was found at the bottom of the Caribbean Princess' Neptune Pool early in the morning of June 14.
'Cider Insider' author Susanna Forbes reveals which hard ciders are best for foodies, wine lovers, the great outdoors, and more.
Norway's new Elderly and Public Health Minister Sylvi Listhaug does not "plan to be the moral police, and will not tell people how to live their lives."
We present a definitive and highly subjective guide on what to drink with some of America's favorite meals.
"She was like, 'One day you're not going to be able to have babies. You can't do this. You're going to ruin yourself.'"
We've ranked the 50 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia according to which drink the most—and least—alcohol.
Seven or more alcoholic beverages per week can increase a man's risk of having a high-grade tumor.
"My little girl had to go to the toilet on the cell floor," Ellie Holman said.
"I was very difficult to work with ... because I was usually hungover."
if you do decide to binge-drink on St. Patrick's Day, call a cab or take public transit instead of driving home.
"There's been a lot of people that have been quite intoxicated for over a year and a half now," Page said.
The authors wanted to examine health trends in part to prepare us for the next global economic downturn.