The poor might drink the same as the rich, but they face deadlier consequences because of it. A new study might explain why.
Lifestyle Center: Alcohol
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Alcohol and pregnancy don't -- and shouldn’t -- mix.
When it comes to liver damage, it's not just about how much you drink. It may also be about how you drink.
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Having a few drinks could make you more attractive to others — but there's a catch.
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New strategies may be needed to curb harmful alcohol use, especially in low-income countries.
Wine and chocolate may not only be treats for Valentine's Day — they may also help keep your mind healthy year-round.
Many of the deaths that occur around the world today may be preventable.
Is your 9-year-old ready to have a talk about alcohol? Experts seem to think so.
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Looking to cut back on your alcohol habit? You may want to consider tying the knot.